“BFF”

You will not only realize which friends have no place in your life anymore, you will be surprisingly comfortable with letting them go.  You get it now. ”BFF” refers to the intensity of the connection two people feel while they are friends, not necessarily to the duration of the friendship itself. People evolve and change and if we actually did stay friends with all the same people we befriended our freshman year of college, it would be indicative of an embarrassing stagnation in our personal development. The key to long-lasting friendships is finding people whose life lines grow parallel to our own, not forcing ourselves to be stationary points who never move for fear that they might move away from each other.

 

Above is the quote from the article “What Happens When You’re 26”.

It rings true, but somehow I’m afraid to admit that it’s true.

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