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Keeping My Friends

Sometimes we think the friends we have now will be our friends forever! And sometimes that's true. But many people will move on without us and we may move on without them. Then new people come into our lives and become new friends.

At The Youthhood people come and go A LOT. People go off to college, they move out on their own, and sometimes their parents move (and then they move too).

But what about keeping the friends we have right now? Isn't there some way to keep people in our lives that we really care about and that also care about us? I mean, come on - our friends are one of the most important parts of our lives!

Well, sometimes you just have to talk to your friends and think about the best ways to make your friendship(s) work. That's where a journal comes in handy. And of course, we have our very own journal just for you! Aren't we good friends?!

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