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HAILEYSTONES| OMG

THE CONCEPT of a nuclear family has always been intriguing to me, mostly because I was raised by women all

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HAILEYSTONES| I’m still fifteen, and other lies I keep telling myself

BEING an adult often entails waiting in lines longer than the Nile River in itself, and no one is safe.

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HAILEYSTONES| All We Have Left

WE LOST Kuya Ken. I received a call from my Aunt Lanie on Sunday, August 3rd, that he was in the ICU and in a coma. It had been the day

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HAILEYSTONES| Looking For The One

IT IS VERY strange to me that I’m a working girl now. Currently I am writing this while waiting for my class to begin,

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HAILEYSTONES| Living Outside The Box

LEARNING how to balance work and an actual life is harder than I thought it would be. For one, I am still feeling

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HAILEYSTONES| Write From Wrong

WHEN I handed my undergraduate thesis in, after months of crying and editing and caffeine-induced anxiety attacks,

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HAILEYSTONES| Social Introverts Unite

PEOPLE are often surprised that, when I was a kid — from the ages of five to eleven — I barely

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HAILEYSTONES| The Death of Friendship Part 2

HAVING a falling out with a friend isn’t fun. In fact, it’s downright awful.

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HAILEYSTONES| A Shift In Consciousness

FOR SOMEONE who doesn’t consider themselves as the jealous type, I am seething with envy. Although

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HAILEYSTONES| Decisions, Decisions

WHEN I was fourteen, my Mom and I used to play a game. On our way home from school, we would count how many

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