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Old 03-30-2021, 02:20 PM   #1
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Default Ephiphany after the death of my father/scrolling FB's timeline

I developped the need to scroll everyday Facebook timelibes of lost people that I missed a decade ago and the more I scroll back the more I enjoy the fake illusion of being there and still have the time to save some relationships (one in particular)
Never been a nostalgic person, but a cold b**ch instead. And here I am

I know this is pathetic, but i feel relivied, it's the only way

I have ocd like touching hairs and I almost lost my eyebrows when young cause i used to scratch and peel of
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Old 03-30-2021, 11:47 PM   #2
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Dear Gasplessy,

OCD can be so brutal. I'm so sorry it afflicts you. Wish I knew what to say that would help.

Sincerely yours, Yao Wen
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