Ladies, you need to consider a bro as your BFF.
We should stop aiming for perfection and view that it’s already there, right now.
I personally loved growing up as the real life Brady Bunch, and I also know there are some things that only families of 7+ experience.
“It is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages.”
― Friedrich Nietzsche
People ask you about goals and plans for the future and you develop an ulcer on the spot.
A sarcastic BFF reminds you to find the humor in…everything. Even things you’d be totally terrified to joke about with other people.
Growing up, I never fit into any particular group.
Friendship has a life of its own. The best example I can use is that friendship is like a plant, in that it needs to be cared for regularly, with the right amount of attention. Long lapses of neglect will only result in the death of its existence. Too much attention and you will ruin it.
My phone is ringing, this is the second call from you. I’m staring at my phone juggling between decisions. Should I pick up and speak to you, or text you minutes later after I delete your voicemail telling you I was busy.
It’s already pretty normal to share a bed.