ships when we were very young.

Nicholas Alexander BuckendorfWow, this is a hard one. You might have hit one of my core issues – doing mental flip flops to see the different angles your presenting and comparing them to my own. We cover up for other people’s lies when we want to believe them to be true. – The stereotype of the used car salesman is coming to mind: They smile and pat you on the back and give all of the indicat…iors that say, “Hello. I am your friend.” We like friends and wish our friends all exhibited that behavior, rather how we had our friendships when we were very young.”

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