(Closed) Feeling Left Out (moved from relationships)

posted 8 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
2781 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

Ouch, that’s a hard one. I’d invite them out every couple of weeks for a catch up or invite your friend over because you haven’t seen her for a while and want to catch up. Don’t forget that your friend could be going, “wow I haven’t seen Crazy Bee in a while, I wonder what she’s up to”. Like you said, there’s no way that you can stop them from being closer but you can keep you in their minds by keeping in touch with them on a regular basis.

Post # 5
1104 posts
Bumble bee

I think if your friend is a real friend, you don’t need to worry about her “leaving you” for someone else 🙂 Friendships evolve and change over time, it can hurt when it happens but I find it normally happens for a reason, and you get to know your real friends. Keep having your “just the two of you” dates, have faith in your friendship and you as a person (i.e. remember that you are someone people want to be friends with!), and maybe open yourself up to the possibility of new friendships yourself. Good luck – friendships can be tricky but I’m sure you will work your way through this ok 🙂

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