When you are considering it...
Friendships can be reestablished later on in life. However, if you feel like a friendship is no longer worth keeping, it simply means you have outgrown it and for your own development, you need to move on. It is dishonest to remain friends with someone you don't actually wish to be friends with. It is hurtful and cruel to your friend, they deserve more from a friend and you deserve to be with people you actually want to be around.
Each of us (chooses) our own friends, lovers, and spouse. If we are unhappy with our choice we have a right to make a better choice for ourselves. Only you know if you are unhappy with choice of friends. All relationships are "at will". No one is "stuck" with anyone.
The beautiful thing about a door is it lets those who want in (in) and those who want out (out). We are always where we (choose) to be.
Anyone who is unhappy in a relationship and chooses to stay in it is (choosing) to be unhappy. It's your life! Take the wheel!
When you have to ask yourself if you should. You may have had some good times but not everything lasts forever. New friendships form and old ones can fade away. It's not always for the worse though.
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