Who Will You Grow up to be?

Because “What” isn’t a Fair Question

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Someone once told me you always remember the things that traumatize you. I don’t remember much from my lifetime before I was a teenager, but what I do remember is always having my nose in a book during my late teenage years.

I’ve always been obsessed with learning new things. The more knowledgeable I became the more I believed I…

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I blog to stay sane. erikastorms.substack.com

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