Friendship – Incomplete Experience Without A True Friend!

Shraddha Gore

Hi! I'm Shraddha Gore! I'm a Writer,Philosopher & a Blogger! ;)

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7 Responses

  1. Yuen Mi says:

    Great post. Love yourself, and loving others becomes as natural as breathing.

  2. Karla says:

    We often do overlook the importance of our relationship with ourselves.

  3. WOW. I really needed to read this right now. THANK YOU.
    Just a couple of days ago I ended a very long friendship because I realized that this person was treating me and my projects like an afterthought, and that though she paid lip-service to helping during hard times, her assistance would only go as far as some keyboard clicks; re-posting a fundraiser, for example, when I was almost evicted, but not donating even $5 (which she could have spared). That’s actually the pettiest of the examples..she also sabotaged more than one of my creative projects that were highly important to me.
    This post was wonderful and surprising. You’re right: I am the one person who always supports me when I am going through tough times. I am not always the kindest to myself, and I have tried to give up, but still, I’m here. I’m here with me through it all.

    Thank you…thank you..thank you…I’m sharing this post <3

  4. This is a great post. It is so true that you have to know you. Because then you know what you will and won’t accept from anyone including a friend.

  5. lisa says:

    Great advice to love yourself first!

  6. Tina von S says:

    Great post, it’s exactly what I needed. I just let go from two of my friends, that I guess we could say they were toxic for me. I feel kind of bad now because I am alone, but I guess, knowing how to live on your own is a skill not a lot of people master. Hopefully, this ‘alone’ phase won’t last long, because it can still get a little bit boring.

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