The notion of friends who are, in part, enemy, isn’t a new one – everyone from Carrie Bradshaw to The Disney Channel have pondered what it means to keep company that leaves you with a bitter taste in your mouth.
She’s not always going to tell you everything’s going to be alright.
You pick up friends and, before you know it, you end up growing apart.
I should probably start with how much I love you, because I couldn’t ask for better friends if I tried.
Friends are the best.
You’ll be pleasantly surprised.
It isn’t rocket science to know that your empty words have a negative effect on those whom they are dispersed to. Promises that aren’t kept; what ifs; and just simple bullshit seem to be the most common forms. Kind of like the other Golden Rule, “If you don’t have something nice to say, don’t say anything at all,” what is the need to say things if you don’t mean them?
Gift giving can be panic-inducing when done wrong. Or it can make you go from a good friend to a great friend when done right.
The sad reality is that, at least once in our lives, we are bound to experience losing or parting ways with someone whom we consider special or important to us.
For obvious reasons, everyone needs a Cheerleader friend. This is the BFF that encourages you to go after an off-beat dream that you just can’t shake. They believe in you, they aren’t competitive. They want to see you be your best self.