After almost two years of lockdowns during the global pandemic, things are finally starting to open up a bit in some parts of the world. For me, this has meant getting to see many of my friends and beloveds in person again!
It can feel so good and exciting to make plans with your besties and hang out with people you really like again. But over the course of the pandemic, you may have realized there are friends in your life that have very different value systems than you and this is causing conflict and discomfort — and ultimately you’re realizing that don’t want to maintain a relationship with them anymore.
But breaking up with friends isn’t a concept that many of us have faced before. Of course you understand how to end a romantic relationship — but what about a friendship? And if you do break up with your friends, will you end up living a life of loneliness?!
As I’m sure you already know, I’m deeply committed to the importance of living authentically as much as possible, but I’m especially about it right now. As the world starts opening up and we’re re-adjusting our lives, this is the perfect opportunity to re-evaluate how we’ve been living — and that means being true to our authentic selves, even if it means breaking up with some of our friends.
In this video, I talk about what you can do if you find yourself in the tricky predicament of wanting to end friendships and why this can be so important for living authentically. And as you’ll hear me share, you won’t live a lonely life — I promise!
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