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MWF Seeking BFF by Rachel Bertsche
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Jul 27, 2012

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I'd give this 3.5 stars. Rachel actually talks about something that is of interest to women 25-40; the search for female friends. In this memoir, Rachel has been in Chicago for two years, but still doesn't have any close female friends. She moved to Chicago for love and is married, but still longs for female companionship.

So she tries a variety of things- she goes on 52 friend dates, goes to speed-friending and even tries -

Throughout the book, she discusses her experiment and some of her thoughts and realizations on friendship. I could relate to some sections of the book, since I've moved 8 times in 10 years, and am generally always open to the possibility of new friends. However, I did find the narrative a bit annoying at some times as while. This is not a very heavy book, but it's interesting and gave me food for thought.

It also highlighted the importance of good friendships!
I'm grateful for mine.

I should also add that although Rachel does not like dogs, she does like Friday Night Lights.

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