Stoic advice: I hurt my best friend and she won’t accept my apologies

Sometimes it’s difficult to deal with best friends

C. writes: I have a mental illness and my friend was the only one who knew about it and my only support in dark times. We used to share everything and she was my reason for happiness. But we had a huge fight recently and we both said some things that we shouldn’t have and stopped talking to each other. I, after a few weeks, thought of taking the first step and contacted

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by Massimo Pigliucci. Practical philosophy, science, pseudoscience & good reasoning. Complete index of articles at https://massimopigliucci.blog/essays/

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Philosophy as a Way of Life

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by Massimo Pigliucci. Practical philosophy, science, pseudoscience & good reasoning. Complete index of articles at https://massimopigliucci.blog/essays/

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