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19 June

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How do you punctuate this when stating a sentence that ends with "right?" but not really asking for approval?

hi!
as the question stated, I've been thinking about this every time I use this type of sentence but I still got no clue! it feels a bit off to use either "?", "!" or to just leave it blank so I just put an emoji there lol

here's some example,
I'm trying to comfort a friend of mine, and I go:

: it's okay! I mean good things take time right__

what do you guys put in the blank?👀
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