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Recovering from a spiralling downfall, I found myself at a crossroad of confusions.
The complexity of hate and vengeance destroys ones ability to think rationally.
(How's the grammar and punctuation?)
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.
How about this..
Recovering from a spiralling downfall, I found myself confused.
Recovering from a spiralling downfall, I found myself beguiled.
Which one sounds better?
Thanks Mike.... I need another favour (sorry to bother you)
If it weren’t for my neediness to succeed and the uplifting words of wisdom from my circle of true friends (it was a small circle indeed!), I would not have sprung back.
(pls check ths sentence)
From the beginning, I was relentlessly mocked by failure.
To make matters worse, the constant reminder and bickering from my ‘friends’ and next of kin made me buckle under pressure.
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I was relentlessly mocked by failure would have been a good title for this one.