1. The Life of the Party
Yes, rejection hurts. Rejection from someone you were already close with hurts even more. But you don’t get to go around blaming her for something that was so out of her control.
No matter what shitty or embarrassing thing happens to me, any one of these ladies will be there to laugh or cry with me.
My mother always told me growing up that it doesn’t matter how many friends you have, but the qualities of one. She said if you’re lucky to have just one friend, consider yourself lucky. And I do; I definitely do.
You’re both experts in telepathy and have a freaky tendency to predict what the other one is going to say long before they ever open their mouths.
The religious and the not-so-religious or not-religious-at-all, tend to be equally condemning.
Friendship is, at its core, motivated by a shared deprivation.
INTJ: Your friend who’s in MENSA and sometimes rubs it in your face.
It is this sisterhood that every woman deserves and can flourish within, an intimacy that will give her the confidence, wisdom, and peace of mind to go forth not being told of her worth, but being shown.
This post might become your new life mantra.