Lockdown Turned Me Into An Extrovert

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I used to hate people. Hated interacting with them, hated having to reciprocate their facial expressions so they liked me. Human interaction was just so cumbersome and tiring especially when most relationships don’t last. People grow apart and I get that, but mainly after 20 years, I just didn’t see a point in building relationships that would ultimately end…

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petter of dogs, sipper of coffees.

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petter of dogs, sipper of coffees.

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