We Don’t Talk Anymore

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I am not sure who this is for, maybe this is for nobody. Perhaps this is just for me to read over and pretend that it was someone else who wrote it. The conversation that I have everyday in mind, existing in reader format adds a validating layer to the feeling. I mean, isn’t that why people love social media so much? They feel something, they search for a post to validate the feeling, they repost and they no longer feel like the only person in the…

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