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An Open “Letter” To My Ex Best Friend

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Originally published on Push Living


“I am still me, not the girl in the wheelchair” There is so much I could tell you. Things we used to talk about but now we don’t even talk. I still remember the times we went for food at 11p.m. or the times we just sat on my bed listening to music and we never said a word to each other. Do you think about those times? Read the entire article here:
http://pushliving.com/an-open-letter-to-my-ex-best-friend/

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