Our Story?

All this time, I’d thought that our story was just that: our story. But it turns out you had your own story, and I had mine. Our stories might have overlapped for a while–long enough that they even looked like the same story. But they were different.  And that made me realize this: everyone’s story is different, all the time. No one is ever really together, even if it looks for a while like they are.

from The Thing About Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin

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the girl who struggle with the question, "Who am I?"

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