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Is she doomed to repeat everything?

by TheUnknownComic on April 15, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


My oldest daughter and myself are very similar in personality, she trades fits of rage for fits of depression but all in all very much a mini-me. Now at about the same age that I moved away from my best friend, her best friend is moving. She has very few friends, as I did, but the ones she has are meaningful.

At this age, I became a loner. I didn't really make meaningful friendships; I despised everyone I went to school with in my new area. I really hope she stops following my path soon. She doesn't deserve to sit at the lunch table with the social rejects that speak Klingon.

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