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A Collection of Stories from Chicken Soup for the Soul
Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul
She gave her kindness to the ones who needed it the most, showed all those young boys who lived in slums the feeling that they deserved to be treated equally and they had the potential to be as successful as any other people, as long as they were loved. This story teaches me to how to love and be loved deeply, even if sometimes it means you have to let go of someone who's really important to you. When I let go of my beloved dad, of course my heart would break, but suffering from pain and hoping for a message from the "other side" is totally useless. I had faith that my dad and mom were united on heaven, and they would always follow my path, I was never really a lost child. HEART SONG a As the saying goes: "A daughter is her father's lover in the previous life", this story touches my heart by its moving storyline: an adorable relationship between a dad and his little girl.
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Everyone has their own idea of romance-a candlelight dinner, a stroll on the beach or a sprinkling of rose petals on a bed. Now, Chicken Soup for the Romantic Soul brings brand new inspiration to expressions of romance.
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Monday, April 19, chicken soup for the broken hearted - I. A million words would not bring you back, I know because I've tried, neither would a million tears, I know I've cried. Wanting you is hard to forget, loving you is hard to regret, losing you is hard to accept, but even with all the hurt I've felt, letting go is the most painful yet. Sometimes the memories are worth the pain. Sometime you just have to hold your head up high, blink away the tears and say good-bye.