How to decide to leave a friend when you need to stay away because of some reasons?
It is time to move on from a friend but the friendship is so precious when we talk about being a good Christian.
Kind, simple honesty may be the best option for a friend, but that does not mean you have to say everything on your mind.
Definitions are important, though. If the person is not actually a friend, but is creating problems, it may be wisest to become very busy, and simply say that you are too busy.
I like your simple answer of pretending to be busy since we are actually busy. Thanks for the answer.
Well, I didn't mean pretend to be busy because that would be deceitful. We are all actually quite busy though, and that is simple honesty. If we aren't busy enough to avoid troublesome people, then we aren't busy enough!
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