Behind the wall of friendship are steps. Upon those steps are plays. Certain necessities to ensure that your friendship flourishes.
It is not something that you follow, but more of something that you understand as you grow older having learnt the difference between good and bad choices. Majority of us may have had the oppurtunity of understanding the key factors to a friendship on our own from the start of our childhood.




Staying in Contact

and so on

However some may have not have had that oppurtunity or choice to do so.

As you feel that you a gradually making your way up the steps one by one with a friend, you learn more and more not only about them, but about yourself and what a friendship should be like. From then on you start the set standards for what a true friend should appear like and what traits they should have and so on.

When you have a friend who you greatly admire who undermines those standards…what do you do?
It looks like youre going back down the steps. Why would you want to go back down the steps? Its silly isn’t it.

Thats where your initiative to think smart and think for yourself respectively comes in.

You should never let anyone walk all over you or create such a mess in your life. We are all getting older and so feel no need for that sort of nonsense in our lives.

Amendments. Amend it! If it settles for the best than you can move on back up those steps. There is always room for second chances. But if it settles for the worst. Do not let it bring you down. A friend who you have lost was never a friend to start out with in the beginning. Move on. There are 6 billion and more people in the world today. Someone, a true friend is sure to move straight to the top of the steps with you no matter how close you are to the brink of falling off them. They will be there to catch your every fall without question.

That is what a true friend is.


5 thoughts on “Troubling.Friendships.

  1. Reblogged this on All About Jennifer and commented:
    I just read this post from a fellow blogger. I was able to relate on the thoughts of the author based on my experiences with my past and present friends. I agree to most of her opinions. I thought of reblogging so you can get something from it too, as a reflection or mind opener.

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