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I have me.

Updated: Jan 2

When I have no one else, I have me.

When I lose everything, I have me.

When I’m lost or scared or stuck, I have me.

When people say they can’t come.

When they’re not free.

When they don’t understand.

When there’s change or a loss of control.

When I’m alone.

I have me.

I have a trust and belief in myself that I never had before.

I have talents and interests I never had before.

Skills and abilities.

Dreams and wants.

I have more with less than I’ve had before.

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