Is it Time to Fire Your Friends?

Friends who arent friends

Just about everyone has helped a friend through a hard time. That’s what friends are for, right? But have you ever had a friend be – consistently, always and forever – the one going through the hard time?

There is a joy in reaching out with love. A generous heart is a sign of strength. And when you look back on your own life, who do you remember? The people who were there for you when you struggled. So how do you draw the line between support and codependance? What is the difference between a friend in need and a leech? Read More!

4 thoughts on “Is it Time to Fire Your Friends?

  1. Miss Krystal ext. 9192

    This is a very interesting article. Thank you very much.
    As far as the pointers, I feel the one that speaks loud and clear, is, “Relief!” When we start feeling it would be a “relief” and, we are truly honest within ourselves, it may be time to toss the person out of your life…..Seriously. Perhaps the friendship is draining you.
    The old cliche, “A friend in need is a friend in deed,” also, has some simple truth to it. Think it about it.
    However, if you do go to a trusted friend, to discuss the possiblity of ending a friendship with your other friend, go to someone who naturally likes people a lot as they are usually very fair and open minded.
    Your friends should respect you. And vice versa.
    If you feel that you are not valued, and it is always you who is the one reaching out and trying, eventually, you may not want to do that anymore. I always “test” it at that point, and if I pull back, and notice the phone is not ringing, then, I have my answer. Don’t worry, the universe will bring you a better pal! 🙂
    Miss Krystal


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