Reblog: Monday Notes: 3 Lessons from a BFF Breakup — K E Garland

This post hit home for me today, maybe it will for you too. Check out K.E.’s blog for more great content. 

I usually can’t write about something, unless I’m completely over it. That’s why I have about 6,000 notes related to breaking up with my bff and no posts about it. Ever since June, I’d try to begin my thoughts. Each time, I produced nothing. But this time, I’m doing it. We were friends for a […]

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3 thoughts on “Reblog: Monday Notes: 3 Lessons from a BFF Breakup — K E Garland

    1. That’s happening to me right now. My son just asked me “why are you still friends with this person? It’s a very one-sided friendship.” He’s 12 and gets it and it’s taken me longer to accept it, I guess

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