Happy Father’s Day, Nelson William Stearns: My Paternal lineage

 

Nelson William Stearns

Nelson William Stearns

Nelson William Stearns: My father

Birth 08 Apr 1930 in New London, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA

Death 12 Aug 1988 in Bridgton, Cumberland, Maine, USA

Nathan Augustus Stearns

Nathan Augustus Stearns

Nathan Augustus Stearns: My grandfather

Birth 01 Aug 1887 in Sutton, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA

Death 20 Sep 1951 in Sutton, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA

Mason Stearns: My great grandfather

Birth 1 Mar 1854 in Goffstown, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, USA

Death 9 July 1935 in Newbury, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA

Augustus Stearns: My 2nd great grandfather

Birth 26 Jul 1832 in Colebrook, Coos, New Hampshire, USA

Death 14 Feb 1881

Nathan (2) Stearns: My 3rd great grandfather

Birth 02 May 1801 in New Hampshire, USA

Death 15 Apr 1877 in Goffstown, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, USA

Nathan Stearns: My 4th great grandfather

Birth 22 July 1761 in Merrimack, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, USA

Death Abt. 11 May 1813 in service of War 1812 in barracks of “fever,” Captain Mills Co.

John Stearns: My 5th great grandfather

Birth 17 Feb 1728 in Concord, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA

Death 02 Oct 1810 in Amherst, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, USA

Zachariah Stearns: My 6th great grandfather

Birth 06 Feb 1702 in Bedford, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA

Death 1795 in Merrimack, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, USA

John Stearns: My 7th great grandfather

Birth 1675 in Massachusetts

Death 14 Jun 1734 in Lexington, Massachusetts, USA

Isaac (2) Stearns: My 8th great grandfather

Birth 06 Jun 1631 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA

Death 29 Aug 1676 in Lexington, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA

Isaac Stearns: My 9th great grandfather

Birth 31 Oct 1595 in Nayland, Suffolk, England

Death 19 June 1671 in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA

 

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Dysentery and the Civil War

Claudius B Abbe

Claudius B Abbe

Photo given me by Brenda Robertson in 2011

My 3rd great grandfather, Claudius Buchanan Abbe, died from the number one killer of the Civil War, Dysentery. That is correct, the #1 killer in the Civil War was not due to enemy fire, but to a disease caused by unsanitary conditions our soldiers lived in.

The numbers listed below are staggering for both the North and the South.

Dysentery and Dirrhea

Dysentery and Diarrhea: Civil War #1 Killer

If our soldiers hadn’t died from dysentery, the side effects from the treatment may have been just as bad. Just read the last paragraph from the chart above. I think you would agree with my opinion.

FYI: other disease our Civil War ancestors died from included; Typhoid Fever, Ague “Swamp Fever”, Yellow Fever, Malaria, Scurvy, Pneumonia, Tuberculosis, Smallpox, ant others to a lesser degree including Chicken Pox, Scarlet Fever, Measles, Mumps and Whooping Cough.

What caused the diseases? Poor hygiene, garbage in camp, filth from camp sinks, overcrowding, exposure to all types of weather, improper and inadequate diet, spoiled food, bugs, lack of surgeons and impure water.  Many of our rural soldiers were like the Indians when colonist first started to arrive, they had no immunity to the diseases. It was the first time to be exposed to large groups of people.

I give honor to those ancestors who suffered not only the emotional separation from family, sometimes fought against family, seeing a brethren die at their side, and the horrid living conditions they lived in to stand strong in their beliefs.

All wars have the same emotional stress and to some degree difficult living conditions. They may not be the same type of illness in more modern wars as those from the Civil War, yet they still take the lives of those Standing Strong in their beliefs. Giving the “Ultimate Sacrifice” as Abraham Lincoln stated, to protect our freedoms.

 

This Memorial Day, celebrated on 25 May 2015, I stand in honor and salute all who “Gave the Ultimate Sacrifice.”

Honour to All!

Honour to All!

 

Claudius B Abbe Family Tree

Claudius B Abbe Family Tree

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To NERGC and Back again: Thank you Volunteers!!

To NERGC and Back again: Thank you Volunteers!!

The New England Regional Genealogy Conference was held from 15 Apr to 18 April 2015 at the Providence Rhode Island Convention Center.

Welcome to the Rhode Island Convention center NERGC attendees.

May you have an enjoyable convention.

Welcome to the Rhode Island Convention center NERGC attendees.

Welcome to the Rhode Island Convention center NERGC attendees.

Although I have attended the Exhibit Halls and Special Interest Groups at previous Conventions, I had not taken on a volunteer role. This year I had planned to volunteer at the MSOG (Massachusetts Society of Genealogists) table on Friday and Saturday, and also help stuff the 1,000 attendee conference bags to be given out to all registered to attend on Wednesday. The other times I was going to register and attend some of the presentations. Great plan for any genealogist to have and blog about.

Like in our daily lives, plans change. I did volunteer as stated above. I did not, however, get to attend and sessions. It became apparent on Wednesday that a volunteer was needed to fill in behind the scene to free the chairpersons, signage people and other troubleshooters of the unexpected, to do their job. They were also volunteer positions.

An example of signage: Level 5 rooms 551 & 552 looks like the place to be on Wednesday 15 April 2015.

An example of signage: Level 5 rooms 551 & 552 looks like the place to be on Wednesday 15 April 2015.

Thank you Signage Crew for all your hard work. Signage in the works by Rob Gumlaw, Pat Gailes and Kathleen Rubano.

Thank you Signage Crew for all your hard work. Signage in the works by Rob Gumlaw, Pat Gailes and Kathleen Rubano.

We were not the only convention being held there. Over the course of the weekend we were joined by Verizon Wireless, Blue Cross Blue Shield, An Art and Dance Convention and a Youth Missionary Convention. When I say they “rocked the roof off,” I would not be kidding that much. The floors vibrated in the Exhibit Hall from the singing, dancing and music enthusiasm that some people were getting sea sick. Upstairs our challenge were to hear our soft spoken presenters, who were using the microphones at the highest volume. You can see some of the trouble shooting issues the volunteers and organizers had to deal with. Technical difficulties, last minute session changes, Lost and Found, are just a few other issues to be solved.

When you attend a conference you are focusing on what session you will see, when to go to the exhibit hall, what Special Interest group to go to and where to stay. We tend to forget that there are many people who are behind the scene making our choices easier. They have committees for hospitably, volunteers, signage, speakers, hotels, transportation, lost and found, and a multitude of other jobs needed to pull off a large regional conference. All these position are supported volunteers.

I want to thank these unsung heroes, called volunteers, for all their time and effort they have put in over the past two years. There are even jobs that need to be done post conference, such as, evaluation of speakers, conference evaluation and starting to prep for the next one in 2017 Springfield, Massachusetts.

I was honored to be part of their team for a few days. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all you have put into bringing the NERGC to us. It was top notch in my book.

 

Pam Roberts, Charlene Sokal, Mary Choppa, and Pauline Cusson setting up for NERGC.

Pam Roberts, Charlene Sokal, Mary Choppa, and Pauline Cusson setting up for NERGC.

 

NERGC volunteers almost done packing the Goodie bags. Thank you all.  — with Kathleen Hrenko-Rubano , Karen Trearchis, Patricia Stano-Carpenter, Dian Brooks-Sherry Dick Roberts, and Jeff Carpenter.

NERGC volunteers almost done packing the Goodie bags. Thank you all.
— with Kathleen Hrenko-Rubano , Karen Trearchis, Patricia Stano-Carpenter, Dian Brooks-Sherry Dick Roberts, and Jeff Carpenter.

 

Here is one side of the Goodie Bag for this year’s Convention goers:

Here is one side of the Goodie Bag for this year’s Convention goers:

 

Pat Richley Erickson and Russ Worthington, aka, Dear Myrtle and Cousin Russ to the GeneaBloggers Community fame.

Pat Richley Erickson and Russ Worthington, aka, Dear Myrtle and Cousin Russ to the GeneaBloggers Community fame.

 

15 April 2015 Facebook post by me (June Stearns Butka) after dinner with my virtual friends that I finally met face to face.

“Great Day at the NERGC in Providence Rhode Island. The behind the scene view of a conference is very telling about the amount of effort put into presenting a conference of this size.

On disaster is averted while the help of others stepping in. You know who you are, great job to all today. Sweet dreams for tomorrow will bring new challenges for you to solve.

Be proud of all you accomplished today. Take Heart that it was great appreciated by us.

Enjoyable meal at the Hilton with new and Old friends alike. Yes Dave Robison, we have known each other for years even though we never met until today in real life.

I met several of my online friends in real life today. I will blog about them more later. Right now it is time to sleep, 3 am comes early for my return trip to Rhode Island.”

 

The second day at NERGC brought the gift of meeting more “Silver and Gold” friends, as the girl scouts song implies; “Meet new friends, but keep the old; one is silver and the other is Gold.”

Well I definitely met these two “Genealogy Gems,” Lisa Louise Cook and her husband, Bill Cooke. Bill was gracious enough to allow me to post his photo. He usually is Lisa’s unsung hero of behind the scene support. Both are precious people that I am honored to have met. Thank you both for all you do in the Genealogy World to make our lives and research easier.

  Lisa Louise Cooke: A Genealogy Gem


Lisa Louise Cooke: A Genealogy Gem

 

Bill Cooke: Another Genealogy Gem

Bill Cooke: Another Genealogy Gem

 

Marian Pierre Louis is in the house. Another in real life encounter.

Marian Pierre Louis is in the house. Another in real life encounter.

She wears many hats in role as a genealogist, she is known for her Fieldstone Commons podcasts, The Professional Genealogist and most recently Geoff Rasmussen’s sidekick and presenter at Legacy Family Tree Webinars. I think her role as mother, wife and friend are just as important to her family, as she is to our genealogy family. She gives good hugs, too.

 

MSOG Table Volunteers on 17 April 2015 1-3pm. There were many other volunteers over the course of the four days covering Massachusetts Society of Genealogist table in the Exhibit Hall. June Stearns Butka, Charlene Sokal, Patricia Stano-Carpenter and a beautiful lady that sadly I can’t remember her name. (That is what happens when you don’t blog or write down the name at the time.)

Thank you to all the MSOG Volunteers for your time and enthusiasm at NERGC.

Thank you to all the MSOG Volunteers for your time and enthusiasm at NERGC.

GeneaBlogger Special Interest Group 16 April 2015, Thank Vincent Rojo for the photo of this amazing group of people. This is Heather Wilkinson Rojo Facebook post 17 April 2015
Heather Wilkinson Rojo

The blogger SIG (Special Interest Group) — with Pat Richley-EricksonJune Stearns ButkaBeverley FiegLaurie Desmarais,Karen TrearchisRuss WorthingtonJanice Hamilton,Lori Lyn PriceCynthia ShenetteSara Campbell,Elizabeth Pyle HandlerGenevieve De HaanBevlynn GallantDave Allen and Pam Carter in Providence, Rhode Island.

The blogger SIG (Special Interest Groups)

The blogger SIG (Special Interest Group)

My Facebook post 19 April 2015:

I had a great time at NERGC (New England Genealogical Conference) this past week.

I met some amazing people I new virtually before in person; made new friends; spent my volunteer time learning so much about the behind the scene activity that supports the conference and finally spent some time with Josh’s Mom learning about her family ancestors including our common immigrant ancestor, Isaac Stearns.

Pam’s line is from Isaac Stearns & Mary Baker’s daughter Mary, ours is from their son, Isaac.

Thank you all and sending hugs and much energy for your conference recuperation

 

 

I have BIG Plans for Attending the NERGC 2017 Conference in Springfield, Massachusetts. I will volunteer again for NERGC and MSOG, attend some presenter sessions and enjoy the company of my Silver and Gold Friends.

 

See you in 2017 Springfield, Massachusetts!!!!

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NERGC Prep: What works and what doesn’

This is my first time blogging using my IPad Mini. My goal is to use it during this weeks New England Regional Genealogy Conference.

My cameras are charged, the backup batteries and battery packs are charged, the IPhone, the keyboard and my old laptop are also charged and ready to go. That is the good ponits.

I am unable to get my keyboard to work with my Ipad. I’m not sure why. I have used it in the past. The typing of this blog seems to be working with the touchpad and my wifi set. I am good to go even if the keyboad & booth tooth do not work with the IPad mini.

I used my IPhone for directions his past week to areas I am familiar with. it is also good to go. I printed out directions to my place to stay and the Rhode Island Conference Center just as back up.

I’m old fashion type of person who loves my maps when traveling. Maps are in the car, also. This is my attempt to come into the present day technology with GPS driving not directions.

Yes, GPS, has two meanings in the genealogy world. I will be using them both this weekend. The Genealogy Proof standard is always in the back of my mind when it comes to researching my family roots.

Look out NERGC here I come.  I have my list and I checked it thrice.

Equipment for blogging check

back charges check

clothes for four days check

vitamins and such check

personal hygiene check

phone numbers and contact information check

emergency medical information & insurance cards check

program plan reviewed and checked

I’m ready to leave bright and early Wednesday morning once the car is parked.

Look forward to upcoming blogs from a NERGC Volunteers point of view.

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A-Z Ancestors: In Deep with the Book of Me-B is For…

Car: Model A

Car: Model A

A-Z Ancestors: In Deep with the Book of Me

I will be posting about the prompts that Angler’s Rest Julie Goucher listed for April 2015 a-Z April Challenge on Damegussie.wordpress.com Blog.

 

My Direct line Ancestors found to this 9TH Day of April 2015 are:

Please say hello to my ancestors:

 

Carr, Anne Nancy 1749-____, 4th great grandmother father’s paternal line

Carr, George 1599-1682, 8th great grandfather father’s paternal line

Carr, Sanders 1674-____, 6th great grandfather father’s paternal line

Carr, Sanders 1712-____, 5th great grandfather father’s paternal line

Carr, William 1648-____, 7th great grandfather father’s paternal line

Chase, Alonzo 1835-1905, 2nd great grandfather father’s maternal line

Chase, Aquila 1618-1670, 9th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Chase, Clara Jane 1875-1955, great grandmother father’s maternal line

Chase, Daniel 1744-1802, 5th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Chase, Enoch Jewell 1775-1851, 4th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Chase, Jacob 1811-1907, 3rd great grandfather father’s maternal line

Chases, Moses 1663-1743, 8th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Chases, Moses 1688-1760, 7th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Chase, Wells 1710-1785, 6th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Cheney, Hannah1726-1802, 5th great grandmother father’s maternal lines

Cheney, Olive P 1793-1886, 4th great grandmother father’s maternal line

Cheney, Samuel 1762-1841, 5th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Church, Daniel 1707-1799, 7th great grandfather mother’s maternal line

Church, Eunice 1737-1788, 6th great grandmother mother’s maternal line

Church, Samuel 1670-1728, 8th great grandfather mother’s maternal line

Clough, Sarah 1646-1706, 8th great grandmother father’s maternal line

Codman, Rachel 1730-____, 5th great grandmother father’s paternal line

Colby, Anthony 1605-1660, 9th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Colby, Chellis F 1790-1862, 4th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Colby, Hezekiah Valentine 1757-____, 5th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Colby, Jacob 1688-1735, 7th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Colby, James Madison 1823-1912, 3rd great grandmother father’s maternal line

Colby, Judith 1764-1840, 5th 3rd great grandmother father’s maternal line

Colby, Kate E 1850-1890, 2nd great grandfather father’s maternal line

Colby, Thomas 1650-1691, 8th great grandfather mother’s maternal line

Colby, Valentine 1728-1812, 6th great grandfather mother’s maternal line

Collins, Benjamin 1640-1683, 9th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Collins, Ephriam 1683-1759, 8th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Collins, Jacob 1742-____, 6th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Collins, Jacob 1766-1845, 5th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Collins, John 1784-1871, 4th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Collins, Nancy Anne 1827-1864, 3rd great grandmother father’s maternal line

Collins, Richard 1713-1793, 7th great grandfather father’s maternal line

Cook, Patience 1635-1684, 9th great grandmother mother’s maternal line

Cooper, Deborah 1650-1689, 8th great grandmother mother’s maternal line

Copp, Martha ____-____, 9th great grandmother mother’s maternal line

Cox, Ann, circa 1604-1679, 9th great grandmother mother’s maternal line

Cutter, Abigail 1668-1715, 8th great grandmother mother’s maternal line

 

Sources supplied upon request. Send e-mail to damegussie@gmail.com

Photos property of June Stearns Butka.

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Cat: Duchess is my name

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A-Z Ancestors: In Deep with the Book of Me-B is for …

Amber Glow

B is for Balloon’s Amber Glow

A-Z Ancestors: In Deep with the Book of Me

I will be posting about the prompts that Angler’s Rest Julie Goucher listed for April 2015 a-Z April Challenge on Damegussie.wordpress.com Blog.

 

My Direct line Ancestors found to this 9TH Day of April 2015 are:

Please say hello to my ancestors:

B is for:

Babb, Elinor 1830-1906, 2nd great grandmother through my father’s maternal line

Babb, James 1814-____, 4th great grandfather through my father’s maternal line

Babb, Joshua 1796-1868, 3rd great grandfather through my father’s maternal line

Bachiler, Deborah 1591-1653, 10th great grandmother through my mother’s maternal line

Bailey, Isaac 1654-1740, 8th great grandfather through my father’s maternal line

Bailey, Judith 1689-1775, 7th great grandmother through my father’s maternal line

Baker, Abigail 1589-1659, 10th great grandmother through my father’s maternal line

Balch, Elizabeth 1619-1688, 10th great grandmother through my mother’s maternal line

Ball, John ____-1655, 10th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Ball, John 1620-1675, 9th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Ball, Mary 1651-1692, 8th great grandmother through my mother’s maternal line

Ballard, Sarah 1783-____ 3rd great grandmother through my father’s paternal line

Bank, Mary 1670-____, 7th great grandmother through my father’s maternal line

Bares Equilla 1743-1826, 5th great grandmother through my mother’s maternal line

Barker, John 1563-1617, 10th grandfather through my father’s paternal line

Barker, Mary 1602-1677, 9th grandmother through my father’s paternal line

Barrett, Mary 1684-1737, 6th grandmother through my father’s paternal line

Bartlet, Martha 1653-1718, 8th grandmother through my father’s paternal line

Bate, Andrew 1491-1533, 12th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Bates, Clement 1596-1671, 9th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Bate, James 1562-1614, 10th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Bate, John 1415-1445, 15th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Bate, John 1461-1522, 13th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Bate, John ____-1579, 11th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Bates, Florentina Maines, 3rd great grandmother through my mother’s maternal line

Bates, Joseph 1628-1706, 8th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Bates, Joshua 1671-1757, 7th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Bates, Samuel 1769-1849, 4th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Bates, Solomon 1706-1779, 6th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Bates, Solomon 1741-1815, 5th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Bean, James 1672-1753, 7th great grandfather through my father’s maternal line

Bean, Judith 1732-1817, 5th great grandmother through my father’s maternal line

Bean, Samuel 1710-1788, 6th great grandfather through my father’s maternal line

Beers, Richard 1607-1675, 9th great grandfather through my father’s paternal line

Beers, Sarah 1639-1723, 8th great grandmother through my father’s paternal line

Bennett, Abigail 1825-____, 2nd great grandmother through my mother’s paternal line

Bennett, Jonathan 1780-____, 3rd great grandfather through my mother’s paternal line

Births, Hannah 1628-1662, 8th great grandfather through my father’s paternal line

Bishop, John 1667-____, 7th great grandfather through my father’s paternal line

Bishop, Lydia 1701-____, 6th great grandfather through my father’s paternal line

Blackmer, Elizabeth 1693-____, 7th great grandmother through my mother’s maternal line

Blacksoll, Mary 1574-1609, 10th great grandmother through my father’s maternal line

Blaisdell, Henry 1663-1707, 8th great grandfather through my father’s paternal line

Blaisdell, Henry 1719-____, 6th great grandfather through my father’s paternal line

Blaisdell, Henry 1740-1831, 5th great grandfather through my father’s paternal line

Blaisdell, John 1687-1753, 7th great grandfather through my father’s paternal line

Blaisdell, Mariam 1765-1844, 4th great grandmother through my father’s paternal line

Bradley, Sarah 1673-1738, 7th great grandfather through my father’s paternal line

Brocklebank, Hannah 1684-1752, 6th great grandmother through my father’s maternal line

Brocklebank, John 1601-____, 9th great grandfather through my father’s maternal line

Brocklebank, Samuel 1626-1676, 8th great grandfather through my father’s maternal line

Brocklebank, Samuel 1653-1733, 7th great grandfather through my father’s maternal line

Bunker, Mary Wing 1811-1892, 3rd great grandmother through my mother’s maternal line

Bunker, Noah 1785-____, 4th great grandfather through my mother’s maternal line

Burch, Marie 1651-1701, 9th great grandmother through my mother’s maternal line

Burge, Sarah 1691-1732, 7th great grandmother through my mother’s maternal line

Buzzell, Mary 1711-1812, 6th great grandmother through my father’s maternal line

 

Sources supplied upon request. Send e-mail to damegussie@gmail.com

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A-Z Challenge: I is for Informant and Individual

I is for Iris

I is for Iris

#AtoZChallenge

I is for Informant and Individual.

I will be posting about the prompts that Angler’s Rest Julie Goucher listed for April 2015 A-Z April Challenge on Damegussie.wordpress.com Blog.

 

Informants are an important part of our genealogy work. They are usually a participant or observer at the time of an event. The closet to actual time of our ancestors. That doesn’t mean the information they provide is correct.

I consider informant information as clues that need to be supported or disproved by other records available, before I consider them facts.

 

There are questions I need to ask myself about an informant that gives me a level of validity to their statements.

  1. How are they connected to the person/people/place of the event?
  2. How do they benefit from the information provided?
  3. How would the event affect them emotionally?
  4. How would they know the information being provided?

 

If they are related to the people, it would make their information a little stronger. Keeping in mind that if they can benefit from what they provide could weaken the strength of the same information (wills, parentage, financially.) Maybe they don’t want their true age revealed or they are a child out of wedlock or maybe they don’t want to be related to a criminal. Are they protecting someone? Is there a divorce, children, step children, or other relatives that could affect the statement of information?

Emotions play a part in how clearly we think. If we are grieving our thoughts get cloudy. How many times have you seen a death notice or record with the wrong name? I have even called a person by the wrong name just in talking with them, even though I know them. Errors happen. It is a fact of life.

How would they know the information? Family lore? Records? Personal? All provide different validity values.

Bottom line is gather the information, know the informant reasons for providing the information, whenever possible. Seek alternate ways to confirm or disprove the information.

I am an individual

I am an Individual

I is for individual.

 

I am an individual, a unique person in my own right.

You may see me differently from what I see myself. That is okay.

I am who I am. I accept who I am.

If you accept as I am that is even better.

Don’t worry about everyone else. They are feeling the same insecurities you are. We are more alike than not.

Be yourself!

Get to know yourself!

Accept Yourself!

Love yourself!

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