In life, I have never learned what it was like to truly be alone. I had my twin sister- my best friend to experiment all the new things in life. Since I've gotten older, I've had to purposely move away so that I can experience life without her. However, I still struggle doing things alone. I am used to "being" a pair. We've lived apart for 5 years now but I still find myself struggling to do things that normal people do in everyday life.
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