I Tried to Be My Best Friend

And I sucked at it

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I always wanted to have a best friend and there was a time I had one but then they found someone better and our roads separated. Sounds like it’s a scenario from middle school but actually, it was pretty recent. It’s tough to lose someone close to you to someone you don’t like. But life happens.

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Nina Hemart

Nina Hemart

A professional human being. I write about life and everything around it. | You can contact me: nina.hemart@gmail.com

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