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My innocence.

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Yep. Beat me to it. Kudos.

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Bet me to it, damn. Yeah :(

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ditto

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Sorry, But how trite.

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I lost my innocence from child abuse you *******.

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Time..is the most valuable thing I lost...

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My parents. Lost my dad at seven. My mother died when I was fourteen. My step-father died when I was seventeen. When I lost all of them, it was like my compass for navigating the world was taken from me just when I truly needed them the most.

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So sorry (hug)

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You're not alone. I lost my mother at 10 and my father at 12. Two of my great-aunts took me in. One of them died when I was 14. The other managed to survive till I was 22. I fully relate to your compass analogy. I learned to make do without one. Still hard at age 53. I feel the loss intensely every day.

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i lost both my parents as a child too. i completely agree. wow, someone that understands. thank you for posting your answer to this

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Being unaware of things, and just enjoying every waking moment. Life was great being small, and thinking things were so great. Now that I'm on my road to starting my life, I don't know what to do with myself. I miss not having a care in the world.

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My childhood

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same :(

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The belief of magic in the world. <br />
And my innocence.

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The ability to hear a story in everything I saw. As a child, stories were everywhere and I remember never wanting to lose that spark of imagination. Back then I had wanted to be a writer when I grew up. Unfortunately, life had other plans.

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My self

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My mind !!

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lol same could be said for most of us xD

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My sense of self

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My family. It went from four people to two people when I was 9.

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The ability to dream big.....

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my pokemon cards..

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My mom threw all of mine away, including a very rare holographic Mew 2, because they were all over the couch :-(

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My belief in the goodness of mankind was seriously squashed.

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My self respect for my self worth. Thankfully I learned to get it back when I became an adult.

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My parents love and affection.

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my cat best frined i ever had

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hmm idk, i think i still own the most valuable thing of mine

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many things, i cant name it all, but i never wanna lose it all

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but u lost ur happiness is it so

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That response makes NO sense

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hahah well, i dont think that i've lost myself, i cant say like that, coz whatever my age is, i'll be always me, still me, i dont miss the old me, coz i love the new me, i get talents, confidences, better inspirations, bliss..although there are some things i havent got, but its all about time, i know i will get them someday since im still in my young age, and i dont wanna waste my time to end this joy, maybe im gonna find pains, depressions, frustrations like i used to, but its okay, everyone knows pain as long as we live and grow up

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My best friend. <br />
And not in the way you view a best friend when you're older. <br />
Remember the way the used to make you feel?<br />
If I still had that same friendship, things would definitely be different in my life today.

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My favorite stuffed animal :(

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