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    I was just looking through some old photos from primary school and came across one with my childhood best friend, who I haven't seen in 7 years. I remember we lost contact when she moved country, and we were 10 at the time, so we didn't really have social media or anything like that.

    I tried searching for her on Facebook today and found her profile! I am so happy to 'see' her again, and how successful her life has been. I would really love to start talking to her again, but I don't really know what to say. Would she think it's weird that I searched for her after 7 years? I'm also worried she wouldn't even remember me... What should I do?
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    I'd be delighted if I heard from somebody like that. Go for it!
 
 
 
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