Lose Friends

“A friend is one that knows you as you are, understands where you have been, accepts what you have become, and still, gently allows you to grow.” -William Shakespeare

Friendship and friends change when you grow up. More you grow then more of you lose you, friends. The moment you step in adult, the friend’s circle will be thin as a piece of paper. So, try to have a look at why it maybe?


The level of maturity is obtained slowly as you grow up; not physically but also mentally. More you get mature then more your priorities change. You start to take your career seriously, see where you are moving ahead which will ultimately make you no time for friends to meet. They are your support and life will be incomplete but it’s too late till the time.

“Don’t make friends who are comfortable to be with. Make friends who will force you to lever yourself up.” -Thomas J. Watson

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Always being you Alone? We don’t think so. It’s your love life that makes major hamper to your friendships. It will be difficult to take time for your love and friends; both at the same time. Friendships are often forgotten and realize that they are never the same. We know you have done it that too.

Clingy Friends

There are clingy friends too. You must the one who is making all efforts to keep the friendship. If you are only to keep effort you may not want that friend. Without equal effort, it’s not to go forever.

Toxic friends.

It’s not that you can see with your naked eye. They are great to have and lose. You decide to be better off without them only at a time when you realize that you were badly influenced.

“A true friend is someone who thinks that you are a good egg even though he knows that you are slightly cracked.” -Bernard Meltzer

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The argument is also another point of slow poison. You kept on scrolling your old pics through photo library, Facebook, or where you have placed your memories. You just wonder what might have gone wrong. Argument; its the one that made your friendship slow death. After that, you stopped talking and they stopped talking and ends like that.

Some people are lucky and some might have to struggle a lot more. It’s up to you how you prioritize and take your friendship to the next level. It’s Important to keep in real life. We seek to support and confidence from friends that families cannot give. There are many things that Families are not helping to learn. At some point, you feel miserable to be a part of your friend’s life. It’s your insecurity and circumstance but sticks together.

“Sometimes being a friend means mastering the art of timing. There is a time for silence. A time to let go and allow people to hurl themselves into their destiny. And a time to prepare to pick up the pieces when it’s all over.” -Octavia Butler

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  1. Informative, and interesting.

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