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How my mother's dictatorship nearly ruined me

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More than 19 years ago, on a day like this my mama, forcefully without my written consent, made me carry my little brother on my innocent back. If it were my sister Ester, I would not have done what I did but for the little master something had to be done.

How my mother's dictatorship nearly ruined me

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