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Lifestyle personal growth

Discussion in 'Konoha Country Club' started by John Wick, Apr 7, 2018.

  1. John Wick I'd like a dinner reservation for twelve.

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    Anyone here ever experienced like growth and like realised themselves acting differently people would have expected them to act?

    but like I've noticed stuff in my real life where I've acted differently from the norm, what's your reaction been has it been nonchalance or like pride or like you were like dejected about changing.
     
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    Pride? Not really. I’m a stranger to who I used to be. After jail all I’ve done is work. But it’s cozy.
     
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