Not All Friends Are The Same

All of your guy's comments on the #DREAM BIGGER LIST PROJECT are all so sweet. I never realized how many people truly understand me, as well as enjoy posts on my blog. On our blog!

And that makes me feel so happy.

And that, actually, even though I sometimes feel as if I'm the only person who has friend "complications", I'm not. And it's totally okay to lose friends who you used to be close with. So, I just want to say thank you for being so honest with me- I'm very grateful to have all of you :)
But, guys... after letting go of that one pesky friend, my eyes have been opened to a whole new world of friendship (cheesy, cheesy, I know). A whole new world of people I never thought I could ever become friends with! 

They're super kind and sweet, not to mention fun and challenging as well. I'm sort of shy, the kind of girl who doesn't get out of her comfort zone until I know you can be 100% trusted. At a glance, you'll probably be able to distinguish me out of a group of friends, as they are all outgoing and extroverts. Who would have guessed I'd make a relationship with them? Not me, that's for sure.

All of them have very quickly taught me that it doesn't matter who you hang out with that defines you as a person, but what you choose to show people that does.

And the best part is, I now have the whole summer to make memories with them!

Have you ever become friends with somebody that you never thought you'd become friends with? Share your stories in the comments below!

20 comments:

  1. I am so happy to hear that life is so bright for you! Friends come and go, but there are those that just get you. I like to call them my "soul-friends". Like a "soulmate", they understand you, they love every inch of your crazy. They are just the bomb.com and no matter how much time passes in between seeing them, they are always there for you when you need them the most!
    Lots of love,
    C | http://thisgirlc.blogspot.ca

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    1. I like that- "soul-friends"!! This comment just made my day :) xx

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  2. I can definitely relate. I had a few toxic friends in high school who was always just full of negativity and always gossiping about others. Once I stopped being friends with them in university, I was able to make the choice of talking to people who seemed like positive energy without worrying about what these toxic friends thought of it. I'm so glad you're making the choice of surrounding yourself with people who actually make you happy and getting rid of those who are negative energy :)

    ♡ Michelle from Mapping Milkyway

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    1. Right, the choice is ours to remove ourselves from, or stick around other's negativity. Thank you for reading, lovely x

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  3. This is very true. It's our decision to let go a friend or not, and honestly, I don't think there is any right choice, but you prefer one over the other. Anyway, thanks for another great post!

    www.imaqination.co

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    1. Awe your welcome, but thank you for reading! x

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  4. Some of my best friends were people I least expected! It's funny how that works out.
    Nice post :)
    Julia | Julia in Bluhm

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    1. I wasn't ever expecting these friends to pop up. Glad to hear I'm not the only one :)

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  5. Letting go so that you have place for someone else new (better) in. I agree with everything you said, loved this post x

    http://beautiliciousd.blogspot.com/

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  6. It took me a while to accept that I would end up losing friends throughout my life. People change. But like you said, it opens the door for new friends :)

    Mili | Sharmtoaster

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  7. People come and go Kyia and that's a part of the cycle of life. At least we still learn lessons along the way and grow mature on how to have friends who are worthy of being our friends. I just became best friends with my classmates (Olive, Thea, Dainne and Pat) last semester and I never thought that they would be my besties and true friends. It also turned out the former group I was always with were the ones that let me feel this anxious feeling that I didn't belong. I couldn't be more grateful now knowing I have these precious friends to be with and count on no matter what! :)

    Have a nice weekend. Take care always! :)

    Augustin Ra | Indie Spirit

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    1. So glad to hear that you and your true friends are happy! It's always nice to have friends you can count on no matter what xx

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  8. Especially in the last year I've made more friends. I never really thought that I would, I always thought I'd hang with the same people but it wasn't to be! And I like it better this way. It's so much more fun to have a varied friend group full of people you wouldn't even usually imagine talking to x

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    1. It's so much more fun when the people you hang out with have different points of view! x

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  9. Ijust had to go read your laest post on this subject too because I definitely know how this feels. And I think it's just natural that not all friendships work out. Not all relationships work out either...I feel like people should realise this more, and that it's not a huge scandal to go different ways with a friend.
    Thanks for an amazing post <3
    Emma xxx

    www.wellemma.com

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    1. Very true- not all relationships will go down the same path either. But along that new path, there are even more amazing people you meet as well :)

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  10. An amazing read and so true! I also don't step out of my comfort zone very often and have had trouble with letting go,but I am working on it, and your post has inspired me to do so xx Lots of love, M xx

    mylifeasmarinaa.blogspot.com

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    1. This makes me so happy that I've inspired you to go out of your comfort zone more! It definitely is hard to do (I still find it difficult), so we can step out together! :)

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