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April 22, 2009


Kairol Rosenthal

We really are psychic. I blogged about this yesterday too, inviting people to share stories about times when friends helped them out during illness:

Here is one of my favorites: During my treatment, Rachel, a casual acquaintance, adamantly wanted to help me with my mounting housework. A busy woman, she multitasked and on a first date brought the guy with her to my apartment to wash dishes. She threw a dishtowel at him and told him to dry. They were not together long, but she and are now close friends.


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When I received my email on this post, I had just been part of a rapid-fire email exchange with my girlfriends about our dinner together the night before. The gist was that we are all blessed to have each other, the way we could talk about anything, how we'd been friends for so many years and been through so many things together, etc. One friend even said we were just like the characters in some of the best audiobooks we listen to (which we always share) and it was true. LOL Anyway, when I got the email with your post, I forwarded it to those friends and many others. Proof that friendships improve our well-being and longevity ... I just love it--thanks!


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