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Sharing The Memory

Sharing The Memory

Question: If a friend told you that this memory happened to them, what would you tell them?

A lot of the time, it would be a really funny story that both of you would be laughing about. Or, you might say that it doesn’t sound like a big deal and chances are nobody even noticed. Or you might say, “You’re right, that’s super awkward, but anyone whose opinion matters would still think you’re awesome.”

You probably wouldn’t tell your friend any of the things you tell yourself when you’re thinking of this memory.


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