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Who fixes broken people? Is it only other broken people, ones who’ve already been ruined? And do we need to be fixed? It was the messiness and hurt in our pasts that drove us, and that same hurt connected us at a subdermal level, the kind of scars written so deeply in your cells that you can’t even see them anymore, only recognize them in someone else.

@leahraeder

2 comments
  1. So very true… it is only those who have suffered that have a third sense enabling them to ‘know’ of others suffering. A deeply moving write.

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