How should a person be? That’s the question Sheila Heti asks in the title of her novel/memoir. Christine Junge analyzes this question and more.
For me, middle school was my time to find true friends: people who didn’t know my past problems. But, before I met those people I met a girl named Madison.
It sounded too good to be true: I would essentially be getting paid to hang out with my best friend! Soon, she began to take her seniority too seriously.
I find our friendships are like a garden, sometimes you find yourself having to work hard in order to see growth and fulfillment.
Internet friendships used to be so simple! Now there are way more layers to internet friends that even cross over into becoming “real life” friendships.
From my point of view, friendship is the most precious thing in the world and the more I live the better I understand that good friends are hard to find.