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Molly Lewis was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in 1996. But it wasn't until 2014, after a major injury and the loss of her job, that she decided to finally put in the effort to take back control over her health and her life: #diabetes 

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"I’ve been waiting for this moment since the day my then-husband announced that he wanted a divorce."

Tessie Castillo describes the meeting that allowed her to release her anger toward her ex-husband: #divorce#family

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"I decided that I was going to make a difference. In my young mind, the best way to stop this nonsense was to blend the races through interracial marriage." 

 Karuna shares the story of being a child of the 70's in the U.S., and the journey that led her to marry Al: #racism

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"He always called me “sister-in-love,” because, he said, “sister-in-law” is too cold."

Diane Vacca pays a touching tribute to her "brother-in-love," Lauro: #family #grief

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"Actually, I thank you. You were like a personal trainer for the soul." 

 Casey shares a letter she wrote to her middle school bullies five years after she left school because of them: #bullying  

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"As a teenager, my identity was strongly established in my appearance and being of mixed cultures. I didn’t look fully Australian, but I also didn’t look like a full Islander. I was halfway, and this left my identity open to questions..." 

 Rachel Tonu describes what it was like growing up biracial in Australia, and her years-long journey to self acceptance: #Biracial

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"Her empty chair, a lipstick-free coffee cup in the sink, discarded comics and coupons, and the yolk pouring on the plate are reminders of what has been lost." 

 Kathy Tyson shares how she learned that it's the simple acts of kindness and human connection she misses most about her mother after she passed away: #Grief #Motherhood

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"There were girls, and then there was Meagan: normal enough to be friends with, but too alien to date."

Meagan Houle describes how she's been treated differently due to her disability: #differentlyabled

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"Within a week, I was the topic of hundreds of letters to the editor in local and state newspapers, and featured on the nightly TV news. The community reaction included nasty, degrading personal attacks and threats." 

 Carol A. Hand shares her years-long advocacy work to change her daughter's high school mascot: #racism

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"I’ve been waiting for a few months now, wondering if I am going to have the privilege to keep on living." 

 Aimee Gonzalez Niebuhr shares the story of her cancer scare, and the day she received the call that changed her life: #cancer #family
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