As I get older, I’m realising that I no longer have a ‘best friend’. This is because, those I referred to as best friend are my only friends really, I’ve grown up and grown over drama and hassle and being treated poorly with double standards. Everyone deserves to have moments of being sad, angry, burt, snappy, drunk, moody, aggressive, tired, boring, pessimistic and still be wanted, loved, not judged and forgiven. You should be able to be the older version of yourself, the most negative version of yourself, the most immature version, the most needy, the best, the worst and still not be challenged, confronted or not forgiven even if the only positive alternative is be forgiven and forgotten.
Forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us. 70×7 times.
Are you fighting for something that is worth it, or are you just too stubborn to let go? Negativity is not necessary in anyone’s life. It’s not necessarily selfish to let go, it can be beneficial for both involved. It can be hard and difficult but worth it. The struggle of saying good bye only means you’ve been lucky to have positivity in your life at some point. Everyone deserves happiness and friends and everyone will find them at some point, just be patient, be aware and don’t be afraid to have high standards to stick to.