As we get older, it can seem more difficult to really, deeply connect with others and create lasting friendship.
Toxic friends can be difficult to identify if you are in too deep in a friendship. I spent years and years forgiving and “forgetting.” There is only so much one person can handle.
I know that you are always in the back of her mind, and often in the forefront.
You’ve been friends all for a long time. You tell each other everything, even who you’re dating and how it’s going. Then suddenly it happens. The changeover occurs…without you even realizing it.
I don’t believe in restricting friendships to social circles or age groups; if you connect with someone, you just connect with them. Period.
In one perspective, Facebook de-friendships have been going on for thousands of years — it’s one person’s final act, the last move to sting the other.
Jason moved onto my street in the early summer of 1983. I was ten and he was nine and like most every other kid who encountered him for the first time, I couldn’t stand him.
Wouldn’t it really be more useful to know what to do once you’ve already royally screwed up?
Hi, my name is Molly and I’m deeply not perfect.