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When you really want a friend to be there for you and they can't, what do you do?
Have a conversation with that friend in your mind... or even out loud. You know what they'll say, you're BFFs; you finish each other's sentences sometimes. You'll be all, "I don't know what to do about (fill in the blank). What would you do?" And then you can just hear their voice, "Silly, you know you want (blank) but what you really should, what's best for you is (alternative blank)." It works try it. I wrote a whole conversation down with my deceased friend, it was very therapeutic.
(A Conversation with My Deceased Friend)
Go to the backup plan. It could be reading your favorite book, watching your favorite movie, visiting a place that is special to your heart, or talking to your second best friend. Or talk to yourself. It helps get all of your thoughts out in the open.
You know how it is though. Sometimes a certain someone can make or break your day. I do love watching DVDs, visiting friends, and hanging out a on the campus where I went to college. As always, thank you for your wonderful insights.
Truly, there is nothing you can really do. Whether circumstance or choice keeps them away....each of must choose how important their presence is....if hurt or offend, loose forgiveness! Then decide if we set our expectations of them too high.
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