After falling pregnant out-of-wedlock and the impact it had on my life, I was not alone. During my hardest fall and toughest times, my friends were there to help me through it. Thankfully, some are still around.
However, as you grow you learn to accept that friendship doesn’t (and nearly always) last forever. So have some standards and stay true to it.
We all have so much going on, and we are all drowning at the weight of all we need to do. It’s easy for friendships to fade away in a blink of an eye. Before you realise, your bff is suddenly just a memory.
‘If you are not loosing friends you are not growing up’ – unknown
It’s tough but true.
Friends and Motherhood
Men are terrible girlfriends. That episode of friends when Monica and chandler decides to share everything that’s why it’s not a good idea.
It’s so nice to have those girlie times. I love a laugh, gossip, pillow fights (just kidding). It’s good for the soul. It can be liberating to talk about our boobs facing south, and how I can flip it over my shoulder to breastfeed when my baby wakes up in the middle of the night. Meeting friends should be a time for good vibes only. A time that we can connect, share our issues, simply just talk without being interrupted!
Fellow females and dramas
Personally, if it’s no fun then it’s no good. I just don’t have the capacity in my life or mind to deal with drama. Too often, females are so indirect with their issues. It makes me wonder why we behave like that. Why do we choose not to address the issue, so we can agree to disagree and divorce amicably or stick it out and carry on. It’s so incredibly frustrating when we bottle up our issues, talk about it with somebody else yet expect the offender to