A Letter To My Best Friend​ To Remind Her That She Deserves Self-Love
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A Letter To My Best Friend​ To Remind Her That She Deserves Self-Love

My best friend has been going through a rough time recently and I think that any Best Friend would do this for one another. Also, I think that saying these things to your best friend in any situation would be good. Doesn't have to be all the time but once in a while.

A Letter To My Best Friend​ To Remind Her That She Deserves Self-Love
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I know we've been through a lot together and we aren't the same kids we used to be. I know that we haven't been able to see each other as often as we used to since now we're going to schools in different places, and our paths are so different. But just know that I'm here still. We may not always understand each other, we disagree about certain things, and we are going through different situations. Just know that I'm still here.

I've been thinking of you. Don't know how often you think about me. Yet, I know that we can still talk to each other when we get to see each other in person as nothing has changed. But we both know we've changed. If we can change yet still be together, that's real friendship.

I know that you've been going through a rough time and maybe you need to hear this. You're enough. You are beautiful. You are stronger than you think. You are amazing.

You may feel down right now, and that the world is against you, but you will make it. We all have to go through some dark times in order to see the light.

You may not believe these words right now, but saying them enough will eventually make you believe them. Until they finally stick. Treat yourself and don't let others put you down. Though still listen to good advice and keep your head about you. But don't think that you are ever alone.

Be the person you want to be. Let no one take that from you. Change yourself if you want to change. Also, be your own best friend. (Though don't replace me ok, lol) But you get what I mean. It is easier to find the flaws in ourselves than what we appreciate ourselves to be already. Or the great qualities we possess in the meantime. Not everyone is perfect but there has to be some quality, even if it is one, that makes us an admirable person. Celebrate that, cherish it. It'll help you through whatever bad situation you are going through.

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