“It got to the point where I was stealing from stores, breaking into car windows. Everything but prostitution.
“My friend and I were walking home from watching live music, and two police officers approached us. We weren’t being loud.
“Your appearance is the first thing you say to somebody.”
“I’m artistically brokenhearted. I wanted to be a screen actor. I wanted to change the world through my sensitivity.
“A few months ago, my friend drowned in a swimming pool while I was with him. We were just hanging out.
“Success feels like an aggressive act to me. It feels like I’m kicking someone in the shins. I’m about to get my masters degree, but the rest of my family is struggling to survive.
“I quit drugs three years ago. I was in a desperate place. I knew I was doing the wrong thing but I still couldn’t stop.
“I have electrosensitivity. When I’m exposed to electricity, it’s like one thousand scorpions stinging me.
“I’m studying to be a counselor for battered and abused women. I haven’t had any actual cases yet because I’m still learning.
“I grew up in a small town in North Carolina. Only five people in my graduating class even left the town.
“The first time I met Jack, I thought to myself: ‘Here’s a gay guy who’s not cynical, who’s not sarcastic, who enjoys life.’ He had so much energy.
“I’m not Barack Obama. I’m not Bill Clinton. Both of them carry themselves with a naturalness that is very appealing to audiences.
“I was taking a law school admissions test in a big classroom at Harvard. My friend and I were some of the only women in the room.
“It started getting really bad in ninth grade. Shaking hands became uncomfortable. I couldn’t touch money.
“We met in college. He walked me home from school every day for five years. We would talk about everything: how many kids we wanted, how we wanted to raise them, our roles in the home, where we wanted to live, and even where we wanted to go on vacation.
“I’m rebooting my life entirely, again. It’s time for Andrew 5.0.”
“Every day seems like a new low. I’m currently going through a transition with housing. I’ve got issues with her father.
Very proud to announce that Principal Lopez, known in some circles as Nadia, has just published a book: The Bridge To Brilliance.
“I’m going to first grade. We’re gonna do hard stuff.”
(5/5) “I tried to make it as comfortable as possible for him. We tried everything. We went to every trial and appointment.