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Taking a Break From My Mind
Taking a Break From My Mind

I tried to break up with my mind recently. For the hundredth time. My relationship with my mind... well, it’s complicated. We’ve been a couple as far back as I can remember, and who understands me better? But sometimes I feel suffocated and just want to do my own thing. I ...

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