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Born a Hoosier, Cynthia has lived in sunny Florida and Texas. Cynthia spent five years writing about pets at an advertising agency in Indiana before using her passion for writing to help people at The Recovery Village. Her desire as a writer is for her words to both inspire and change lives.

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