How Choosing to Believe in the Coincidental has Made My Life a Little Bit Better

About four years ago, I lost a close friend to suicide, and I blamed myself for it.

Of course, there was no possible way that his death could have been my fault, but there was a part of me that would never let me fully believe that. So, I shoved that entire situation down.

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Abby Jaquint

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Novelist/student. 21 years old. I write about writing and mental health. Check me out on Amazon or Barnes and Noble!

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