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A reader considers herself a “People Person” but expresses her discomfort at always being the friend who invites and initiates.
Regretful about reconnecting, a reader asks whether there is a kind way to put the kibosh on an unsatisfying friendship.
She’s tried tact, what does she do next about a clingy friend who doesn’t get the clues?
How do you get a friend to accept that the friendship is over?
A woman asks how to end a long term friendship that has become frayed and unsatisfying.
In Elite Daily, Talia Koren poses the question of why women tend to be passive-aggressive in their friendships.
There’s no easy way to end a long friendship. You’re changed and she remains the same.
A woman asks how to tone down an ambivalent friendship with another couple.
I am writing for help with ending a friendship nicely. I met a friend at a playground three years ago and the friendship started because she was moving to the area and we both had sons the same age.
Two friends bond over sickness until one regains her health. Are there magic words to end this troubling friendship?
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