Human Parts
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Human Parts

Inherited Badassery

The meaning behind hidden objects

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My family has a way of not dealing with death. They stop talking about the person as if they just vanished into thin air. One day they are here; one day, they are not. Stories and memories are obsolete, things of the past that are selfishly packed away in the deep crevices of the cortex.




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Laura Potter

Laura Potter

Occupational Therapist - Consultant — Business Owner- Helping people build skills and reach their goals to live a happy life

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