I have been the proud companion of a long distance best friend for five years now, and I’m very well-versed in the struggles that can come with being so close to someone that is so far away.
“I hated you in 7th grade.”
Making friends in college is easy.
When I first started at university last September I was of course convinced that I would be billy-no-mates and navigate my way through student life as a hermit who was all alone.
How often you creep on your crush on social media.
Saying goodbye to someone who has been a friend to you is not easy, but it is sometimes necessary. Friendship is an exchange of energy. When that energy becomes unbalanced, it means the friendship has ended.
You planned on being her bridesmaid, the Godmother to her kids, the person who would watch her go through all these different phases of life. When you lose your best friend you lose the special moments in her life too.
The friend you’ve maybe known longest is slowly becoming the friend you interact with the least. Is it by choice? Because of schedules clashing? Or is it because one of you has stopped trying?
Your PDA is borderline out of control.
I don’t like to think too hard. When I float, I enjoy thinking of nothing.