Feelings Over Facts: Don’t Tell Me the Tooth Fairy Isn’t Real

The catastrophic risk of holding too tightly to our beliefs

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Never before had I felt so betrayed. And by my own father? It was unimaginable.

“I’m so sorry,” Dad said. “I just forgot. It was an accident.”

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Robin Konie

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Best-selling author and freelance editor with over 15 years experience. Get the free writing guide: www.robinkonie.com/free

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