Why An Internet Writer Can Never Be Your Best Friend

Being a Follower is about being submissive. Never forget that.

I will admit it outright, I am the person who secretly craves friendships I will never have. I seek a bond intensely real, requiring no words to elaborate and thereby tarnish the beauty of that camaraderie. With the way my life unfolds it is almost unattainable. I am a person who prefers solitude over companionship. Yet, the longing to be able to share a platonic relationship with another person goes much deeper than I ever let on…

This originally appeared on Medium. Click here to read further. 

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