Actually make that harassing, “I’m always going to come first” speech you’ve talked about to a significant other/husband or wife-to-be.
You’ve ugly-cried in front of her and she still loves (and cuddles with) you.
It’s easy to forget the friends who have actually stuck with you through thick and thin. But you shouldn’t ever miss out on the now.
Letting your friends go for any reason is never easy, but never feel threatened by the benefits of splitting up so each of you can walk your own path for a little while.
Friendship is being there when it might not be easy and it probably won’t benefit you. Love goes a long way.
How do we know though? How do we know if the individual is worth keeping?
9. Your friend is better at making faster decisions. Whereas you usually take time to really think things through your friend is more spontaneous in their approach. They don’t overthink things and you know sometimes that is a serious blessing.
Disagreements can be productive. Capital-F Fights rarely go anywhere positive.
She’ll always sympathize with you, but at the same time, she keeps it real.
But I have one now. What’s it like? To lose someone you didn’t want to live without? The answer is in the question. You just don’t want to live. That’s what it’s like.