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The Right Way to Be Brutally Honest With Your BFF

For most of us, there's often a scary, invisible line that exists between telling your best friend you hate her favorite jeans and telling her you hate her significant other. She may be your closest confidant, but when it comes to being 100 percent honest about the touchy things, you often shy away from telling her how you really feel out of fear of being insensitive or harsh.
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