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    On Oct 19, 2020 Elizabeth Holmes wrote:

    As I/we age, we become more and more who we are. The opinions of others, regarding my behavior/appearance/choices mean little to me at 64 years. At 16, 30, 50 I cared enough to consider changing. I'm content, not always comfortable with, who I am in my mid sixties. I can't change anything about my past. I can embrace who I see in my mirror, offer her forgiveness, acceptance, unconditional love for all that is, has been, will be.


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    On Oct 20, 2020 Starr wrote:

    LOVE this comment. Thank you... as a 41 year old woman, I just want to be exatly who I am without a care about what another thinks of who I am.


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