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When a Friendship Ends

How I finally allowed myself to grieve and let her go

Best friends, all long hair don’t care, having each other’s back in the midst of autumn.
Photo by Hannah Busing on Unsplash

High School Bestie

I once had a best friend. She was part of the cool crowd, and I was only nearly there.

Despite our difference in social standing, I remember how easy it was the instant we met.




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Stacia Priscilla

Stacia Priscilla

Jakarta-based poet and writer on personal growth, faith, and motherhood. Also a wife and mother of two. Join Medium:

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