1. Blaming your boyfriend for why you can’t do something. I know you are both equally clingy, so when I ask you to make plans, please stop blaming it on your boyfriend.
But you’ve succeeded. You’ve won.
So how did I get over it?
We’re good at being subtle and sneaky.
As you split another glass of rosé from the box, you declared how you wouldn’t be able to survive without each other. Every ounce of you believing it to be true.
It’s like, who else is going to do this for me?
Don’t let your friendships fade because you were too tired or too busy because I guarantee you won’t regret it once you’re sitting across the table from an old friend, catching up over lost time.
I’ve come to the realization that friends are like stocks — you invest in them, hoping you’ll be happy with the return; you’ll go through ups and downs, but ultimately stick with them; if they no longer become of value to you, you dump it.
True love, we say, about the romances that matter most to us. I fell in love. About true friendship — that tug, that falling in, falling together, snapping into place — no one says I fell.
1. When you want to go out and do something, she is the first person you think to invite.