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KINDRED #87

I’ve been feeling very adrift lately. I mustered so much passion to put into pre-promoting KINDRED and connecting with other agents involved in foster care. But I’m not ready to go back to it, it hurts too much. Instead of … Continue reading

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KINDRED #67

The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy, wonder and magic. That’s what I wish for every child everywhere. I heard that this is a lonely part of production; editing, post, promotion. It’s true. In this past year, … Continue reading

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KINDRED #62

As it is with life, we all have ups and downs. Our existence is of a cyclical nature. What I have learned from my time in this life is to just hang on. The wheel has to keep moving and … Continue reading

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KINDRED #61

What happens when kids grow up without healthy, positive re-enforcement? They turn out like I was at my lowest or worse. I’ve done an excellent job of gluing the pieces I can together, but it’s still alive inside of me; … Continue reading

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