Ugh, all the feels.
Our friendships are a reflection of who we are. As we are growing and evolving as human beings, we may realize that some aspect of ourselves is no longer serving us. As a result, we may find ourselves needing to let friends go as well.
Something about the way Dave had said she was doing well let me know that all my unreturned phone calls, the quick greetings and the explanations that she had to run but would call me right back had nothing to do with her increased hours at work, her dad or anything else. It was me.
About a year ago, give or take a few months, I had a big fight with my best friend. The kind of argument where you swear you're right, and so do they. The kind that leaves scars that tattoo you for years to come.
Every friendship is different, and every end is thus unique. But how do we know when to say goodbye? And does that goodbye need to be accompanied with ensuing "breakup" drama?
Every relationship has a season, some lasting a lifetime while others are meant to be only short term. It doesn't mean that they were not valuable relationships, only that you learned what you were supposed to learn, helped who you were supposed to help, and gained a lesson along the way.
It seems that some friendships are destined to fail, or perhaps just pause. Crises or shared experiences bring us together and then as time goes by, we discover our friend isn't the person we thought she was.
Approximately two years ago a friend that I had for about 15+ years decided to no longer be friends with me. I wouldn't say
Although the three of you did things together in the past, the threesome arrangement no longer exists. By virtue of the breakup