Break-Ups -- Friends Edition
That ONE Co-Worker
As one of the newest greats to the rap business says, “you don’t want no problem, want no problem with me.” Chance the Rapper might not have been rapping about these relational problems when he was writing his song, but he could have. He might have gotten too much information from a stranger and didn’t want any problems with that person. Anything is possible. Celebrities are everyday people too. But that’s not the point I am trying to get across. Relational problems are real in every relationship in our life. The problems are narcissistic friends, family favoritism, choosing between friends when they break up, having to deal with that co-worker that strongly dislikes you, and oversharing strangers. As they say, the struggle is real.
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