All of us have had different experiences that we grew on or made us question our existence.
It's my story, the story of understanding myself and accepting myself.
One can most definitely make real and meaningful connections despite the distance or having a different cultural background.
Some letters are like sun rays that keep shining in my heart.
My unstable childhood was one of the main reasons for many problems that I faced in the later stages of my life.
This is a life full of twists and turns, because I think that life doesn't always go as straight as a horizontal line as imagined...
🇺🇸 United States
I'm no longer afraid of being rejected by people because I know there will always be someone who will accept me for who I am, no matter how bad my flaws and imperfections might be.
🇬🇧 United Kingdom
My story through Slowly isn't a love story, at least not in a conventional way. It's more of a story about self-discovery.
When someone replied, I could always tell they were happy I wrote them a letter.
It feels like getting a real letter, even though it's on a phone.
He told me if you're afraid to say things to your family, you should probably be fine to talk about it to a stranger.
Just as I made sending letters through Slowly a fundamental part of my routine, I also learned to listen to my penpals.
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