Platonic Love Can Be The Greatest Love Of All

Published 29th November 2020 by The Indiependent

Love Letters To My 20s: A Fortnightly Column On The Stigma Surrounding Our Twenties

“Nearly everything I know about love, I’ve learned from my long-term friendships with women.” – Dolly AldertonEverything I Know About Love.

It’s so easy to walk through life tunnel-visioned when you’re in a new, romantic relationship; you don’t seem to see your friends as much, and the world revolves around your new partner, even though you promised your mates that this would never be the case. It’s always something that you never realise you’re doing at the time, often being too-wrapped-up in what the future might hold for you both. But, sure enough, a few months or years down the line, you end up sat in your parents’ house, wrapped in a snot-covered duvet and chain-eating cheese toasties, single, and wondering how …

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