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Reply Tue 26 May, 2015 08:51 pm
Please point out any errors.

To this very day, I have no regrets about the life that I lead nor the choices that I made.

I almost gave up and buckled under the pressure; it wasn’t easy putting back the “shattered pieces” together again.

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Reply Sun 31 May, 2015 06:06 am
@kuben123,
To this very day, I have no regrets about the life that I lead nor the choices that I have made.

No need for quotes around shattered pieces; better:

I almost gave up and buckled under the pressure; it wasn’t easy putting the “shattered pieces” back together again. (Anyhow, if you almost buckled, were you actually shattered into pieces? And to buckle is to bend, not break)
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