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H ow are things with your best friend?
Are you two as close as ever, hanging out constantly, sharing dreams and witty banter, a unified team against the world just like always? Or worst of all—are you suddenly finding yourselves running out of things to talk about? This can happen for one simple reason: Time.
For Daisy and Hannah in my novel, The Inside of Outthe bump in the road happens when one of the duo finds a ificant other, highlighting all the other ways in which their paths have diverged over the years without either of them really noticing.
For me and my close friends, it has often come as a result of geographical changes—one of us moving and life taking us in two different literal directions. Want to build enduring friendships?
Rough patches like this can be challenging to navigate. It might mean the end of a friendship. Here are four tips for how to get through to the other side:.
Get to know your friend all over again. Treat her as a new friend and every day that you hang out or talk with her as a chance to start fresh. Share yourself. Odds are that it is!
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She may want to want to hang out with her new friends from work, who share the same gripes and goals and have their own internal lingo. Her other friends should not threaten your own existing relationship. Friendships that weather growing pains are only strengthened by them. Keep the lines of communication open, and you two will be back in sync in no time, with a few more stories binding you together and a lot more depth to your shared history. In other words, you and your BFF might even make good on that acronym—forging something that truly lasts forever.
She lives and writes in Gulfport, Florida, alongside her husband, two sons, and hound dog Molly. at letters time. Live Well. Back To Home. How to Get Out of a Friendship Rut. By Jenn Marie Thorne. Up Now. An unexpected error has occurred with your up. Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team.
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How to Get Out of a Friendship Rut