Plenty of people have sought out former classmates, old friends, and long lost loves on social networking sites such as Facebook. Maybe we've even felt the need to mend fences: apologize for the bitter breakup, or standing up that prom date all those years ago.
Comedy writer, Al Rae, has taken this a step further on Facebook. In this personal essay, he talks about using Facebook to reach out to people he's hurt in the past. It's what Alcoholics Anonymous calls Step Nine: making direct amends to people you have harmed. It's a compelling personal story.
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