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true events within my life do i need to substitute names to fictional names

It depends on if the person being named wants to be listed. If your have permission, yes, If you don't, no.

OK. I got to reading your question, and I realized my answer could be confusing. The bottom line is you need to get the person's permission before you use his/her real name.


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