by Alexandro Rox
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It is said that time heals all wounds. But what if the wound is so deep, so painful, that it seems impossible to ever move on? That is the situation for many people who never had a loving, nurturing childhood. They spent their formative years feeling unloved, unsupported, and alone.
Now, as adults, they may find themselves struggling with feelings of anger, resentment, and sadness. They may have a hard time trusting others or forming close relationships. They may feel like they will never be able to heal the hurt of their childhood.
But there is hope. It is possible to move on from the pain of the past and find happiness in the present. It starts with giving yourself permission to grieve the childhood you never had.
This may sound counterintuitive. After all, grieving is usually associated with loss. But when you grieve your childhood, you are not mournful for what you never had. Instead, you are grateful for the wisdom and strength that you have gained from your experiences.
When you grieve your childhood, you are taking control of your life and starting fresh. This is an act of self-compassion that can lead to a more fulfilling and joyful future.
Alexandro Rox goes beyond the typical drag, known as the “Duke of Duality” Alexandro’s performances embrace gender fluidity and queer expression. His passion for trans rights, body positivity, and social justice has led him to publish messages of radical self acceptance on his popular Facebook and OnlyFans pages.
With a wide range of skills and talents, a degree in marketing and a passion for psychology, Alexandro is able to adapt to any situation and always puts the needs of his audience first. He is a true asset to any event
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