Unfriend A Friend

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There’s a fine difference between forgetting and moving on with your life. Unfriending a friend doesn’t always mean you are totally burying the memories to grave. Nope, it wasn’t like that at all. Funny thing about friends is that you never forget them. Not the name, not the face and certainly not the memories.

When the time comes and that friend decided to move forward in making a new life, you need to move forward too. It’s going to be hard especially when they’ve played so much special role in your life. 

Let go. Let them work on their own path and walk forward onto yours without them. This may hurt someone but sadly, there’s no other way. You might get ashamed or in denial of the guilt but it will pass. Either way, there are tons of people out there who can offer a much more genuine friendship that you’d never experience.

Cruel, but hurting someone was a part of living. Being inconsiderate was bad, perhaps a little unpleasant but that’s just it. It could be a process of growing and all you have to do is to always remind yourself, things can be out of control and whatever the outcome is, do not regret. As what the journal had printed: “Fate determines who enters your life; your actions decide who stay.” – Unknown.

17 Things To Expect When You Date A Girl Who’s Used To Being On Her Own

Thought Catalog

1. Expect her to do her own thing often and without letting you know, at least at first. It’s not that you don’t matter; it’s just that she’s learned to love doing what she wants, when she wants, and without asking permission or informing anyone.

2. She’ll probably want to take things slowly because she’ll not be used to all the attention. Don’t think she doesn’t like you enough, she probably likes you a lot; it’s just all new to her.

3. Expect her friends to be overprotective of her and to be suspicious of you at first. They’re not used to her being with someone and they’ll want to make sure you’re the kind of guy who will treat her well.

4. She’ll have a hard time letting you do things for her. Try not to take this personally. She’s just used to taking care of herself and it’ll…

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