Has this ever happened to you? A friend you hadn’t spoken to in a while and you accidentally run into each other. You’ll look at each other for a moment, wondering whether you should talk or not, cast awkward glances and go about your business. It’s funny how two friends who were once inseparable can become complete strangers, isn’t it?
Friendship is perhaps one of the most beautiful relationships that two people can share. Friendship is about sharing opinions, dreams, fears, aspirations and hopes. Friendship is about engaging conversations, which go on and on and make you lose track of time. Friendship is about cherishing old memories of togetherness and creating new ones everyday. When you watch friends hanging out and having a great time, it seems as if they just belong together. However, maintaining a friendship is not always rosy. It requires a sound mutual understanding with lots and lots of love and care for each other.
Often when you see people who were once very close and have later moved on to part ways, you think what could’ve gone so terribly wrong between them that they can’t even stand each other? Can a friendship that starts with a ‘no sorry, no thank you’ rule and reaches the ‘friends forever’ stage end on a bitter note? The reasons for a broken friendship might be many, but most often when people look back at their broken friendships, they regret them. You might want to give your friendship another shot.