How to Know When You Are No Longer Friends (Friendship Friday ~ BAB Takeover Week August 2020)

Hello friends! Dreamy and I have another friendship tips post for you all today. This one isn’t as fun as most our other ones, but I hope it is still useful.

Today, we’re going to be talking about how to know when a friendship is over. This isn’t normally a fun thing, but it is a topic that has to do with friendship!

There are usually things that start whenever you start to lose friendship. There are ways to repair friendships, as outlined in these posts: How to Stay Friends When You Are Busy, and How to Stay Friends After a Fight. But, sometimes two people go their separate ways.

Signs that your friendship is dying:

  • You stop talking to each other
  • You don’t think of your friend much anymore
  • You make have other priorities
  • You fight all the time

We can’t really talk about all of the signs of this, because there are so many, and they’re different for each friendship.

Anyway, whenever you notice the signs, there are two things you can do. You can try to repair your friendship, or you can move on. Most of the time, only one person is caring to change once a friendship starts to end. So, by then, it’s usually best to move on.

Here’s a post where we outline how to make new friends! That could be a good thing to do after losing a friend. Not that you could ever replace a friend, because each person is different! Another thing that could be fun is learn a new hobby. Just because a friendship is over does not mean it’s the end of the world.

I hope you found this post useful!

Do you have any ideas for what other friendship tips we could give?

P.S. Remember the Stuffie Home Lookbook? Well, Diamond’s made some progress making a studio, and she said we could share some (low-quality) sneak peeks! I hope you enjoy!

4 thoughts on “How to Know When You Are No Longer Friends (Friendship Friday ~ BAB Takeover Week August 2020)

  1. These are helpful tips! It’s so disappointing and disheartening to drift away from a friend – it can happen gradually or really fast. Whatever way it goes, it’s usually best to move on, even though it’s tough. I’ll go check out the other posts in the series!

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