Do you fight for your friendships?

 

Do you know that feeling when you are really changing as a human, and as a spirit?  I have been changing for years now. It feels like I am expanding all the time.
I am in constant evolution. I am still the same in my core, my spirit. Even though I am changing, I still have the same core values. They are very important to stay true to. This is who you are deep inside your soul and spirit.

I have friends where I see their potential and cores when they don’t. I love helping people to see their core, the love and potential they have inside. It is close to magic. During my life, I have had people I was close to and have had to let go. They changed in another direction and I could not follow. I could not walk the same path and they could not come along mine. It has been some of the hardest things in my life. To let go of people that I really cared for. Some have just faded away, and slowly just lost touch. Others have gone with a huge commotion. It has been hard times, but mostly it has been hard putting myself first.
Some friends have not had any understanding for my path and others have been along for the ride. I have loved seeing some of the paths my friends have taken, and others not so much.
I have asked myself, “when you should you leave other people, and when to fight for a friendship? “.

It is one of the hardest lessons I have had to learn.
The answer I have found to work for me, is listen to your intuition. Really listen, and ask yourself if the energy you use on the friendship is more negative than positive. Do you go to bed feeling angry or sad more often than not, then is it time to let go?
One of the things I have used is a simple but great thing. I flip a coin, and that sounds absurd, but it is not the outcome. It is because in that very moment it falls, you know what is right, what you hope for and what you have to do.
It is truly irrelevant what the outcome of the coinflip is. It is what is in your heart that is important.

Chose yourself – every day!

Do you fight for your friendships?
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4 thoughts on “Do you fight for your friendships?

  • I do like the idea of the coin flip – it seems like it’s a great way to ensure you come to a decision one way or the other, rather than dragging out the process. Still, it is a process to let go, as well as to stay and work out issues. I think the “coin flip” – the decision – should not be rushed.

  • This is great to keep in mind going into a new year. I recently moved across the country so my friendships require an extra level of attention. This makes me realize that perhaps some of them should play a less prominent role in my new life. Great post!

  • Thank you so much. Moving can really make you think. New things come to light when you have to go the extra mile to keep up the friendship.

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