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“Kids who learn martial arts gain not only strength and the ability to defend themselves, but confidence as well.”
“Have you ever had the urge to track down your biological parents?”
“My mom is plump like me, but my dad is tall and wiry.”
“They set a pretty high bar for me.”
“My father was always too absorbed in his work to pay much attention to me.”
“Worst case scenario, I can always move back in with my folks.”
“I finally had to swallow my pride and beg my parents to lend me some money.”
“They're probably disappointed in me.”
“My parents set really high standards for me, and I haven't always lived up to them.”
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