"It felt like a cruel joke. My social connections were abruptly cut-off during a time when I wanted and needed them the most. "
What exactly do you plan on doing with that photo? Honestly. Are you going to print it out? Save it? Look at it everyday? No. You're not.
"Fidel and I are like any other young couple, ready to build a life together that we can be proud of."
"This was a group of parents with grit, resilience and unconditional love. I was both devastated and proud to be among them."
The letter was posted to the North Ridgeville Police Department's Facebook page, and the memorable message has gone viral.
"I know now that it is just stuff and the real keepsakes of this part of my life, the hard-earned wisdom and complicated joys, cannot be stored in a plastic bin."
"His advances began innocently enough, or at least innocent to my 15-year-old mind."
"When I was 13, I thought I was gay because I was attracted to men. Now I understand that's not really what it was about -- that I'm trans and attracted to people regardless of gender."
For the past 18 years, Australian mother of three Caitlin Brassington has worked as a pediatric and child health nurse. She has had a full career that’s included holding patients hands as they’ve taken their last breath, bringing babies into the world, performing CPR and, well, saving lives. But when she was referred to as “just a nurse” by an acquaintance earlier this week, it was the final straw.