February 11, 2011

Is it possible?

That as you grow up, you seperate yourself from certain friends?

That you sort of group yourself off into "in a relationship" and "single" and you tend to only spend time with those who are also in relationships?

I really don't understand why it has to be like that but it's starting to seem more and more that this is just the way it is. And we have to accept it as hard as it may be.

And I'm not saying that is the case with everyone. I have friends who are single that I love spending time with and they equally enjoy spending time with me. But then there are others who aren't so accepting.

It's probably not a very "accepted" thought and some maybe disagree with me, but it seems that when you are in a relationship, that is what tends to come first. You tend to plan around your relationship.

But you know what is silly? Even when you try to equally balance, it doesn't seem to work. It backfires anyway.

Me, for example, am trying to balance the best that I can. However, regarding my previous speculation, I realize now why we as human beings in relationships tend to put the "significant other" first. It's because of the inevitable drama that occurs between friends when you get yourself a new boyfriend.

Oh well. All that you can do, honestly, is to accept that drama and move on. Stick with the people who make you smile and don't worry about the people who make you cry. It doesn't mean you need to cut these people out of your life, it just means that the positive people in your life is where you should keep your focus.

I'm all about positive energy as of late.

I really need to stop being so sensitive all the time.

yum look at that tongue! So white and pasty! :P

Any tips?


tams said...


alyyyssaaaa said...

i hope im one of those single friends that you love spending time with lol. :)