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"Friends"?

As I consult with other millennials I find that we're all in a season of identifying our real "friends". We're evaluating if what we're giving out is being reciprocated. We're questioning if we would even still be in contact with our "friends" if we didn't call or text first.


It's a sad world we are living in when you can go from speaking to someone everyday, sharing your innermost thoughts, revealing memories and secrets, only to find out that the other person isn't doing the same.


So what do you do next? How do you deal with them going forward? How can you make sure something like that never happens again?


Weigh in below #movers. I want to know if you're experiencing the same things and how you're coping.


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Jessica
Jessica
15 ביוני 2020

That's a great way to stay connected. I think having a schedule is beneficial so that you know if they broke their routine and so that you have a day and time to look forward to. Too often things change like a switch and people can just move forward with little to no regard for how their actions affected someone else

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Jeanettea Mayle
Jeanettea Mayle
15 ביוני 2020

Friends, not many of us have them. I don’t talk to all of my close friends daily but we definitely make an effort to talk at least 3 times a week via FaceTime. Just as a check in. We are all busy. But I know what you mean things change like turning off the light switch.

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