Hey, it's Paulina. Paulina Suonvieri. Don't adjust to, whatever device you read this from. I'm about to tell you the story of my life; more specifically why I... hmm... I'll tell you more about it later.
Part 1. I lost my father.
18th of February 2009. I was 13 years old, it was evening and cold outside, and me and my mom was home alone while my big sister was at her basketball practice. I was playing some game on my sister's computer in the small apartment we used to live in. At one stage I remember how the doorbell ringed and my mom went to open it. I kept minding my own business - playing the game - until it hit me mom was talking with some people, very quietly for a long time. I got curious, went out from my sister's room and saw two policemen stand in our hallway. My mom turned around... and I saw her devastated face crying. I didn't understand...
Well, I lost my dad that night. My parents were divorced since I was a baby, but my dad lived in an apartment very close to us. I was 13 years old though, and at the stage of my life where I wanted to cut the bounds to my parents. I lived at my moms place, so I met her every single day, while I hadn't met my dad for about 2 weeks before he passed away...even though he lived about 5' walk from us. Not taking the time to meet him more, is something I deeply regret now.
I've always been the strong one, and being weak was nothing for me. I was back in school after 5 days, and only cried two times - the moment I heard about it and on my father's funeral. Again, only 13 years old.
Be aware that all the information I share with you is true and extremely personal for me. I've never exposed myself like this, but you will eventually find out why I do it. This was part 1 of my story. Part 2 will come in a some days, and then I will tell you about the car accident I was in at the age of 14 years old, which gave me life threatening injuries.
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