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How should you react when you meet a "friend" who unfriended and/or blocked you on Facebook?


These "friends" are people who you have met and talked personally, even spent quite a good time with you in the past. But lately, they didn't like your posts because they reality and rather than being open-minded, they'd chosen to "not see" everything about you instead.

 

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Lisa Vollrath (lisavollrath) says

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23 months ago
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    Astralrose 22 months ago

    I really have no idea, only assumptions so I'll see my reaction when I see them personally. But then, it felt like they closed the door on me, on who I really am...who I become!


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    Astralrose 22 months ago

    True! I still believe great friendship is founded in similar values in life. I cannot possibly be a great friend to someone who tortures animals.


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    Astralrose 22 months ago

    I believe that's the best reaction I should do when I meet them.

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    Astralrose 22 months ago

    I also realized that now because if they were, we would still be interested in knowing each other's changes and even get excited about them. Friends come and go, but the ones who share the same values and principles in life with you will stick around

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    Astralrose 22 months ago

    That still feels awkward. It would be like a line got broke, got connected, but still no longer the straight, strong line as before. I agree with you, we have to be who we are, if friends don't like it, time to let go!


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    Astralrose 22 months ago

    Oh, but it's a good thing you are in a different department and work schedule, otherwise it would have been quite uncomfortable. But then you would wish you were never friends in the first place.


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    Astralrose 22 months ago

    Awkward, yes! That's why I am preparing myself for that day. And you are right, we have the choice. I don't feel that way towards them, though. I even feel they are the ones who are upset because I am no longer the kind of person they "used to know".


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