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Have you seen a friend change for business/money?
Have you been unfortunate to have business between your friendship? So much so that you would hesitate t call your friend that knowingly or unknowingly business would come up that you are least interested in at the moment?
I have seen some so called friendships change for the most irrelevant things. I guess at some point one will know better and accept the fact that what you have with this individual may not be a friendship after all. Personally I don't believe that I would continue a friendship or any kind of relationship that made me feel a way when having to have to communicate
Agreed, but it does take some time to realize what may have been lost in the friendship. And though it may be over, saying goodbyes is hard and you still want to be there in the background just in case your friend need you; not so easy to let go...
I certainly have seen this. A friend who had an ordinary job and an ordinary salary seemed like a nice guy. Then he got into business and turned out to be a ruthless operator who got a kick out of triumphing over other people and conning them. He cheated some of his best friends, including me - he felt he was way above us now. I guess he must have been like this all the time though - he was just not in a position to show it!
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