HER MOTHER’S HORMONES,

Made Pauline Leave Home.

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“Whose suitcases are at the front door, Pauline?” yelled Betty, Pauline’s mother. “They are mine Ma. I am going to live with Grandpa. I am tired of your yelling & fighting with my Dad every single day for months on end!”

Sixteen-year-old Pauline steps out of her room carrying books and her backpack. She was doing her homework when her parents had their…

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Retired Nurse Practitioner WHC /Contract Provider Deployment Military Services. US Citizen. Immigrant from South Africa 1978.

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Retired Nurse Practitioner WHC /Contract Provider Deployment Military Services. US Citizen. Immigrant from South Africa 1978.

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