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A Safe Place

"I am Ann's childhood toy, a round block. I am part of the building blocks family, and I enjoy being with everyone. I remember the first time I met everyone, they even praised me for being pretty! They said I was so smooth, with no rough edges, and perfectly symmetrical. However, sometimes I'd echo the sentiments of the cylindrical block, but most of the time, I just kept quiet…"

This is a story about a sense of belonging, self-identity, and interpersonal relationships among peers. "Where do I belong? If my disguise and lack of self bring their affection, am I willing to continue wearing this mask? Silence or rebellion, Which one should I choose?" These are the questions that the round block keeps asking itself.

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