Me Before Mom Season 1, Ep. 6: Should we have best friends?
Best friends. We all want one. We all have one, right? This is why I’m teaching my kids to not have a best friend: labels can ruin relationships.
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Bert takes what could be considered a controversial stand this week. She makes a case against the concept of having a best friend. She didn’t come to this decision lightly and she’s willing to be vulnerable and put her opinions on the line. It’s a lively discussion. One we’re sure will get you talking among your friends.
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