Destructive Friendships

March 27, 2012 by Tiki33  
Published in Friendship

Sometimes friends go over board with their opinions and control. They may want all the attention on them. If they depend all you will have to stop them in their tracks.

Friendship is special and should not be taken for granted. Sometimes we deveolpe friendships that are not healthy for us. You may find that your friend demands all of your time or that he or she wants to live your life. If you try and communicate your concerns with your friend and he or she keeps displaying the same actions than you will need to put them in their place. You may have to take a break from the friendship and rethink it over. Know one needs or wnats to be controlled and your friend should understnd that you have things to do. It is especially difficult when you are married and your friend is not. You may notice some jealousy here and there. They may call you again and again when you have made it clear that you are busy. Wacth out! Friends that try to control you and demand all of your time will cause havoc. They may try to break you and your spouse up because they are miseriable. Don’t allow them to break up a happy home.

You must have a mind of your own and realize not everyone has your best interest at heart. Tell them that you need space and will talk to them at a later date. You don’t have to be harsh but make sure that they understand where you are coming from. Friends are suppose to be supportive and understanding. They should never bash your spouse even if there are problems in your home. They can give advice as long as he is productive. Make sure that your decisions are your own and not your friends. If you find yourself trying to avoid the friendship than you might need to find new friends. Never allow your riend (s) to have control over your life. Unhealthy friendships do occur but you have the right to choose who your friends are.

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  1. yes me Says:

    Sound advice here cheers

  2. Lisa Marie Mottert Says:

    Very good advice and viewpoints…Thanks, Tiki33:)


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