From your high school buddy, to college roommate, to desk mate at your first job, to your next door neighbor whom you’ve known your whole life, we all have that special friend who has been through it all with us. A sign that you’re drifting apart is not meeting up as often as you should. You don’t have to physically be together to stay best friends.
They have held our hand through everything: deaths in the family, graduations, breakups, first house party, and every major milestone that comes along. Sure, reality gets in the way and you’re both busy, but if you can’t make time for each other, then that’s your first warning sign. Chatting doesn’t necessarily have to happen over Sunday brunch. From text messaging, to phone calls, to emails, to Skype, you are spoiled for choice when it comes to forms of communication.
It doesn’t count if you put on a front and wish them all the best for their interview, but secretly feel pleased when they don’t get the job. It’s fine if you don’t live in the same area, but it is a problem if you do and your best friend plans a night out without you. My friend tried to cover it up by saying it wasn’t really my thing, so she didn’t bother inviting me out.
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Suffering from the Peter Pan syndrome of not wanting to grow up and keeping all your good friends close is normal. If all else fails, you need to step out of the denial zone and accept when it is time to break up with your BFF.