Post # 17
I’ve got some bad news for you. This doesn’t end. Some people aren’t happy unless they have drama in their lives. Some get comfortable in relationships that they know aren’t healthy. Some people just feel that their owed something and some are just immature. There are also viscous cycles that some get caught up in.
It’s tough when you have to reevaluate friendships but some people are toxic and dangerous to your life. Others are just better kept at arms length. I truely believe that friends come and go but there is a special handful of people that are ment to be in my life for the long haul.
Post # 18
YES!!!!!! They’re all still living at home, constantly changing SO, with jobs, but not careers and no ambition to get a career or move out. I feel bad, but we’ve drifted apart a lot in the past few years after Fiance and I moved out into a house of our own. We actually hang out more with older friends now who are at the same place in life as we are (married/soon to be married, living on their own, not partying every weekend, etc.)
Post # 19
I’m more mature than my parents….they’re still catching up to me. lol. I’ve lost a lot of friends because they’re less mature than I am and I just couldn’t deal with the mental exhaustion. Even my BIL/his wife exhaust me, and I can’t really completely cut them out of my life.
That’s what therapy is for :p I just hold onto the relationships that are more mature and focus on them. Most of which are with people twice my age and older.