[blockquote][dropcap custom_class=”normal”]I get it( i always do!). You’re busy. You work, you have your own probl., you’ve taken up knitting – whatever. But guess what? You’re not the only one. I have a job. I have hobbies, responsibilities and probl.just like you. And newsflash – most people are exactly like us, with to-do lists.
Being a busy person isn’t novel; it’s expected. Why then, I wonder, is someone’s busyness so often used as an excuse to get out of being a… friend? “ Too busy” is way too common of a copout in modern friendships. And yet as it’s become more common, it’s also become more acceptable – hell, maybe even expected – when doling out reasons for neglecting friends and loved ones.
The worst ones are the so-called friends who keep up with your life via social media and are thus under some false impression that since they know your latest life updates (without ever talking to you about them in real life, of course), they somehow qualify for a Friend of the Year award. Slow your roll, peeps. That’s not how friendship works. Keeping up with my life on social media (i.e. liking all of my Instagram photos/Facebook updates, retweeting my entire Twitter timeline, subscribing to my Spotify playlists) is not equivalent to keeping up with me in, oh, this thing called REAL LIFE.
In short, the more insistent you are that you’ve been “too busy” to be a friend, the more likely it is that you’re just a not so good friend. Think about it! [/blockquote]
Cred ca TOTI ne regasim, intr-un moment sau mai multe ale vietii, in ceea ce scrie mai sus. Personal prefer sa aud franc “Everything else in my life is exponentially more important and worth more of my time than you.” decat sa trag singura concluzii si sa realizez ca problemele si viata mea nu-s atat de importante ca tot ceea ce se petrece in viata celuilalt. A fost cazul, nu mai e!
Faceti la fel! Usor veti incepe sa procedati si voi asemenea, nu va veti mai lasa problemele, poate mai grele decat ale celorlalti, pentru a-i incuraja, pentru a le fi aproape, si veti raspunde cu aceeasi moneda. Cu ceea ce merita, cu ” am prea multe pe cap, sunt prea ocupat/a. ”