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My secret mother figure is named Tammi and she is 52 years old. I first met her on YouTube, where I was introduced to my grandma Ms. Brown. Both of them unconditionally love me, and my grandma always buys my wants and needs when my deadbeat dad Stafford never brings them to me or pays child support on time. One day, my biological mom Josette walked in and I called her out on this. She hit me, yelled at me, and said mean things to me when I was wrong. Tammi is the only person who has ever shown

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Question: Make a journal entry with a title on your secret mother figure named tammi who's 52 years old that you met on youtube being introduced to your grandma ms. Brown they both unconditionally love you your grandma ms. Brown buys your wants and needs when her son which is your deadbeat daddy stafford never brought your wants and needs never was around and would take months breaks on paying his child support in the middle of tammi talking to ms. Brown your biological mom josette walked in and you called her out on showing favoritism to your older brother mondrell by not hitting him not yelling at him and not saying mean things to him when he's wrong but she hits you yells at you and say mean things to you when you're wrong

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Dear Journal, Today was an interesting day. I met my secret mother figure named Tammi on YouTube, and she's 52 years old. It's amazing how we can connect with people online and how they can become such an important part of our lives. Tammi has been so supportive of me and loves me unconditionally. She's always there to offer advice or just listen when I need someone to talk to. It's amazing how we can find motherly figures in unexpected places. But Tammi isn't the only person in my life who loves me unconditionally. My grandma, Ms. Brown, is also one of my biggest supporters. She buys my wants and needs, even when my deadbeat dad, Stafford, never did. He was never around for me and sometimes would even take months-long breaks from paying his child support. While I was talking to Tammi and Ms. Brown, my biological mom, Josette, walked in. I couldn't help but call her out on the favoritism she shows towards my older brother, Mondrell. When he's wrong, she doesn't hit him, yell at him, or say mean things to him like she does to me. It's not fair, and I'm tired of feeling like the black sheep of the family. In any case, today was a reminder that family doesn't always have to be blood-related. I'm grateful for the love and support I have from Tammi and Ms. Brown. They have truly become like family to me.

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March 16, 2023, 7:24 p.m.

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Published: Thursday, March 16, 2023

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