Friendships

Over-rated.

Time, distance, experience, culture, background and memories make different people out of us. Who I loved when I was 15 is not the same person. Today that person is not even what I want to love at 30.

I have changed just like you have. I don’t like you now. Don’t fret. Some times I don’t even like me.

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12 responses to “Friendships

  1. True and long-lasting friendships are hard to find.

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  2. Over time, we enter and leave friendships. That’s okay. It’s expected. The changes in relationships are nothing but a part of the dynamics in life.

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  3. leafless:
    Some times it is too much work to maintain a long lasting friendship. Some times it is just too much.

    Abaniko:
    I wouldn’t mind a change in relationship as long as it was in sync with how I was changing as a person. The constant I don’t do that any more. I am not the same person gets to me at times.

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  4. only change is constant, everything else changes including you and me.

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  5. Things change – memories remain constant

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  6. me

    pls dont hate me….I like you…u liked me when i was 15…i will change so that you can still like me when you are 30 year oldie

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  7. I love it! Totaally. Everyone would relate to this one.

    (Although I do sometimes wonder how some childhood friends go on to become best friends for eternity… sometimes even ending up as partners in marriage. :-/ …Life is weird).

    Tagged u in my recent post, by the way.

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  8. it hasn’t happened with me. ive maintained the best friend i had when i was 6 or when i was 22. sometimes its just abt expectations…when u love ur friends, accept them for who they are and know they will be thr whenevr u want them… time, distance, changes…nothing matters. its when u expect a lot more, friendships change.

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  9. Rahul:
    I suppose how much one can deal with that change is what really counts.

    Jolving:
    Sad but true and hence the perception of all future interactions. Clouding of my thought process can lead to devastating effects.

    Me:
    If you don’t like yourself enough to change yourself at the drop of a hat, how can you expect me to like you?

    Jenny:
    Thanks, and thanks again. Will come around and check out the tag.

    Nisha:
    I am almost jealous that you could maintain your friendships for so long. Expectations could be one reason, personalities, views, interests,lifestyles, value systems to mention a few could be the other reasons why relationships become harder to maintain.

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  10. so true, so true!

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  11. Sometimes yes..
    But I do agree..

    Someone I loved at 18 told me ” you cannot live without me”
    I say today… thank god I am living without you.. .hahahah !!!

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  12. Maren:
    Thank you. 🙂

    Pallavi:
    Ha ha ha!

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