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Feelings and Emotions?

Updated on July 9, 2020

Emotions and Feelings

Emotions and feelings can rub off on people, especially when you get at a certain age. That's why a young adult or teen years are stressful and kind of hard to get through. You go through these phases of friendships, relationships, and probably even family problems. Feelings come off from emotions you are feeling or emotions you think you might be feeling, but you just aren't sure. It's not easy to get rid of the negative feelings/emotions, and sadly people lose their lives to it because they can't handle it. That's why I want to help anyone who seems to be in situations such as relationships and friendships that's making them feel a certain way.


Fading Friendships

Friends, we need our friends. We need them when we're down, happy, curious, confused. Fading friendships tend to happen, and they will happen to most. Friends will come and go, and that's hard for many people to accept. You feel like you did something wrong, you feel like you weren't good enough to fit in, and be what they expected you to be. You shouldn't beat yourself up over something you can't control, but I understand all you ever want is to be accepted in this life to be loved and feel appreciated. What you can do is talk to that friend and see what the problem is, and if it seems they could care less about the friendship, it's best you just let them go. I had a friend, one of my closes friends at that, and we knew each other since Kindergarten. We had a fun friendship until suddenly things started to change. She would rarely come to anything when I invited her places. Turned out her mom didn't like me over something so dumb. What made me upset is that the friendship that we had faded away. That situation made me question a lot of things not just about the friendship, but about myself. Talk to someone who will listen, and try and be a social butterfly. I know it's hard to venture out and find new people to talk to it's hard for me to even do that. Find friends who love you for everything you are and most importantly, love yourself for who you are.


"When people walk away from you, let them go. Our destiny is never tied to anyone who leaves you, and it doesn't mean they are bad people. It just means that their part in your story is over." - Tony McCollum



Being in love with someone who cared for you, someone who you could go to for comfort. You could go to them to just have fun or to get away from any personal problem. So yes, it's very emotional for people to go through breakups. Don't be that friend that says, "I told you so" or "I told you he/she wasn't for you" Be that friend who's 100% there for them because they need that comfort and love from someone they know. For the people who go through breakups, I know it can be hard, but the best way for you to get through it is for you to slowly remove yourself from those negative feelings and emotions you are feeling. Going through breakups doesn't mean you have to end off on bad terms with that person, but sometimes it does. It's okay to cry, its okay to feel down because you had to let someone dear to you go. If there's something that needs to be fixed for you two to be better for each other or be better for yourselves then it's best to let each other go for now. If the situation is not going anywhere you should go down you're own path and focus on loving yourself, and focus on things you probably need to fix within yourself. It will be hard to get over separating from that person, and no one can tell you how to feel or what to feel, but it's also best to listen to what's right. You can get through it keep your head up, and find support through what makes you happy!


What hurts more than losing you is knowing that you’re not fighting to keep me.” — Anonymous

Thank You So Much For Reading!

Thank You So Much For Reading! I really hope you enjoyed this article, and it shows that you aren't alone, and most importantly LOVE YOURSELF!

Fading Friendships

© 2020 Danielle


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