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Give Your Friend the Gift of Boundaries

It’s not your job to fix their problems

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When a friend is going through a hard time, you likely won’t be able to make the situation better.

It can be hard to accept, but you’ll both be better off if you do. Because then you can turn to what’s within your power: You might be helpless to change your friend’s situation, but you can help them

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Rachel Wilkerson Miller

Rachel Wilkerson Miller

I write about life, weddings, home, health, race, feminism, & vintagey things.

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