Why Am I So Damn Unlucky?

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The truth is I’ve always been unlucky.

Growing up, I had few friends and was constantly bullied, even physically attacked. There was pressure to be perfect in everything. Keeping up with Tamilians is a lot harder than keeping up with the Joneses because there is no amount of anything ever that is enough. Then there’s the sexism. Boys…

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Author, attorney, dachshund human. President of Dweebs Global.

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Author, attorney, dachshund human. President of Dweebs Global.

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