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Introducing “Asking For A Friend”

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Welcome to my blog: 

Everyone needs a little advice sometimes and that’s okay. I have had many different kinds of struggles in life and in school. I want to give you advice from my experiences, and help you with anything you have questions about. You can write to me using your real name or an anonymous name. Do not be afraid to talk about a controversial topic, but please keep your topics and names as school appropriate as possible, otherwise, you may not receive a response from me. You can read my responses on this website, under the “Blogs” icon on the navigation bar. Questions can be sent via direct message to my twitter @boosterask, or through email at [email protected] I hope to hear from you soon.

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