That’s the problem, sometimes you’re a good friend & they’re not. There’s nothing you can do. Sometimes people just drift apart because they have different priorities in life. I’m single but many of my friends got married & that changed the relationship. I think the major reasons for friendships fizzling out are:

  • You used to work together but one of you left the company & one person stops making an effort to keep in touch
  • One of you gets married, has kids
  • One of you moved to a foreign country

I’ve reconnected with some ‘old’ friends on Facebook but all they seem to want to do is have a vestigial, online friendship & not make an effort to meet in person for all the above reasons. You need to move on because some friendships are best left in the past.

Writer, artist, fashion & travel blogger, former cabin crew. Dublin, Ireland. Creator & editor of: www.phunkypunkfashion.com

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