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“You’ve Changed” Shouldn’t Be Used as an Insult

You are allowed to change whether other people like it or not.

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“You’ve changed.”

Ex-lovers and lost friends wield these words as swords, slicing through the confidence you have in the person you’ve fought to become. These words seldom sound like a compliment but rather ring as an accusation, followed by an “and” that…




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