When I talked to her she said it wasn’t like that, that she was just busy with other things. Yet, those “other things” must be you since you’re together 24/7.
The beautiful thing about friendships, especially the ones with friends close in age, is that your friend is walking through this same stage of life
Let’s face it, humans may be the most intelligent things on the planet, but we sure could learn a lot from our less advanced pals from time to time.
1. The one with no other friends This guy would be OK, but he’s a little boring or smells a little bad or is otherwise mildly socially awkward.
Regardless of which role you’re in — the prisoner or the warden — it sucks.
You know who didn’t express concern or attempt to contact me? Literally everyone I know personally on a face-to-face level.
Never Judge. True friends never judge and remain open-minded. Even when it’s tough, try to be as supportive as possible.
You feel the need to clearly state that even though you probably won’t drink tonight, you would still very much like to take part in any drunk munching that’s going to happen later in the evening.
3. Thank you for never judging me.
As we get older, it can seem more difficult to really, deeply connect with others and create lasting friendship.