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People of Fenton: junior Bailey Parker

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People of Fenton: junior Bailey Parker

“The greatest lesson I have ever learned is to keep your friend group small. You should not give away trust to people who won’t reciprocate. People who you think are your greatest friend may not be and things will happen that show that you do not need them. Sometimes it’s better to be alone than be miserable with toxic people.”

“The greatest lesson I have ever learned is to keep your friend group small. You should not give away trust to people who won’t reciprocate. People who you think are your greatest friend may not be and things will happen that show that you do not need them. Sometimes it’s better to be alone than be miserable with toxic people.”

PHOTO Courtesy: Bailey Parker

“The greatest lesson I have ever learned is to keep your friend group small. You should not give away trust to people who won’t reciprocate. People who you think are your greatest friend may not be and things will happen that show that you do not need them. Sometimes it’s better to be alone than be miserable with toxic people.”

PHOTO Courtesy: Bailey Parker

PHOTO Courtesy: Bailey Parker

“The greatest lesson I have ever learned is to keep your friend group small. You should not give away trust to people who won’t reciprocate. People who you think are your greatest friend may not be and things will happen that show that you do not need them. Sometimes it’s better to be alone than be miserable with toxic people.”


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