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It also affirms you’re part of the fellowship, and the reason I write this letter in the first place.

Fellowship: friendly association with those who share one’s interests. Companionship, comradeship. 

“Connection and conversation” is my goal. Fellowship is what that’s called. To me, you are a fellow companion, a comrade over shared interests. Tell me about life, yours, and I will tell you about mine. That’s how I want to spend my life after trauma, and you’re who I’d like to spend it with. We’re all just walking each other home.

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Tia Levings
Author focused on healing after religious trauma and church-sanctioned domestic abuse. Watch my reels on why I think the Duggars are dangerous on Instagram and Tiktok.