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Professor Reed delivers poems he wrote to an audience at the Poetry Foundation

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As we have seen, though the world is slowly trying to return to normal, this pandemic has acted liked a pressure cooker. The heat has come in the form of a worldwide pandemic and a national split between believers and nonbelievers. Still, life goes on, but the strain on personal relationships due to this outside pressure is undeniable.

That said, how do we build and keep personal relationships at such a stress time? How do we tell a friend we have a crush on them without running that person off or making things weird? How do we end a relationship, be it sexual or not, with someone we have grown distant from? These are the burning questions we ask and answer on this blog.

Stick around to learn how to stand up for yourself, get rid of bad friends and build personal relationships that will last a lifetime.

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Jermaine Reed, MFA is a college professor from Chicago who writes fiction, local news stories and national news stories. For self-publishers, authors and other writers and creatives, Jermaine provides editing and proofreading services on Fivver. Please join Jermaine’s email list to get updates on blog posts, writing advice and book deals. Get my recently released Science Fiction novel A Glitch in Humanity by clicking here.

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