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Does My Mental Illness Make Me the Toxic Friend?

Maybe I’m the issue

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We always want to think that we’re a good person, a good friend. So when we hear tales of someone’s toxic friends or watch Tiktoks about how they got screwed over by their supposed best friend, we’re horrified, but we’re also a bit smug, because we know that we’d never do that.

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Fleurine Tideman

Fleurine Tideman

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