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Some People Don’t Like You and That’s Okay

How to accept the fact that no one is universally likable

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EEarlier this year, my boyfriend and I moved to a waterfront lot in the middle of nowhere, Nova Scotia. At first, it seemed like an ideal snapshot of rural charm: We shared a lane with just one other family, a couple and their year-old baby. Shortly after we moved in, they gave us a welcome gift…




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Sarah Treleaven

Sarah Treleaven

Writer and podcast host/producer in Nova Scotia

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