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Losing friends as you grow isn't bad at all

Losing friends as you grow isn't bad at all
Losing friends as you grow isn't bad at all: Spiritual Minded

How many friends do you have ? If you have far too many friends than you can handle, even in your late twenties or as you approach your thirties maybe  it's time to revisit some friendships.

We don't mean to be rude but wouldn't you rather be with the best of the lot than a crowd?  A smaller friend circle doesn't mean that you are insignificant. Here's why losing friends isn't actually a bad thing.

Priorities Change: 


As a teenager, nothing is as exhilarating than the high of life.  Now, that's not the case in your late twenties. Partying take a backseat and priorities like career and family come to the fore. So naturally, your focus veers away from socialising and friends who give you grief for that need to be cut out from your life.

You focus more on your goals:


Work takes up most of your time and your career goals become much important. Friends who understand that will stand by you encouraging you to do your best.

The real ones stay:


As time goes by, your true friends will stick around. They stick around irrespective of the circumstances. You may not talk to them or meet them every day but each time you do, you grow as a person.

It's good to cut off toxic people from your life:

Some people are just toxic.we all have them in our group they spread negativity, create misunderstandings and keep you from progressing. it's better to filter out these people as early as possible.
Losing friends as you grow isn't bad at all Losing friends as you grow isn't bad at all Reviewed by Apeksha on July 28, 2019 Rating: 5

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