#Guest Author #D.G.Kaye: Friendships – Online and Otherwise

I am so happy to consider Tina Frisco and Debby Gies as friends, in every sense of the word. There is the public friendship which is clear to see in comments, sharing of work and guest posts, and then there is the direct messages where we talk privately.. Debby talks about the fact that on or offline friendship is real… she would love to hear your thoughts.

TINA FRISCO

I’m thrilled to welcome Debby Gies, aka D.G. Kaye, as a guest author to my blog. She and I met online in 2016 and became fast friends. 

D.G. Kaye Writer

Debby recently released her latest memoir, Twenty Years: After “I Do” ~ Reflections on Love and Changes Through Aging

Twenty Years: After "I Do" by D.G. Kaye

Buy the book HERE
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In this article, Debby speaks about the spirit of friendship and how neither time nor distance need alter its integrity. I hope you enjoy reading this as much as I did. Now over to Debby, and more about her at the end of this post. 

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Friendships – Online and Otherwise

I’m wondering if the old stigma is still attached to  the concept of online friends. Do you ever find yourself feeling as though you have to explain some of your online friendships when talking to the people in your ‘real’ world? Have you ever been…

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20 thoughts on “#Guest Author #D.G.Kaye: Friendships – Online and Otherwise

      • I remember the days of pen pals. This whole technology thing came about later in my life. I’m still resisting/loving it. 🙂 I won’t deny the connection with people online. It’s unique and something I really have wondered at a lot.

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