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When Friendships Die and it’s Nobody’s Fault

Even the best intentions can’t hold some relationships together

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This is our coffee shop. It’s where we always meet.

It’s Friday. It’s the day we always meet.

Normally, we spend hours here, sipping our coffees, laughing and telling bad jokes like teenagers, trying out new thoughts on each other…




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Keri Mangis is a Transformation and Lifestyle Consultant, award-winning author, teacher, and speaker.

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