Be your own best friend

There’s nothing wrong with being by yourself. Sometimes it’s for the better because people can cause so much unnecessary drama in your life. Who needs that? Especially with a large group of friends. Those people that you thought were friends eventually start to show their true colors and this is where things start to get messy. One of the lessons that I have learned living on this earth for the past 27 years is that not everyone will like you and are often quick to turn their backs on you. Like any other type of relationship, I’ve learned that “friend” status can’t be given out to just anyone.

Just because you don’t have friends to hang out with, does not mean you are less of a person. You don’t need friends to have a good time. There’s plenty of things that you can do on your own whether it’s relaxing at home (MY FAVORITE!!), shopping, traveling, or even going to that restaurant you’ve always wanted to go to. Life is way to short to be limiting yourself and missing out on great opportunities! Be your own best friend. I feel that when you’ve reached a point in your life where you’re content with being by alone, it shows how mature and confident you are in yourself. Confidence is key and remember…IT IS OK TO BE BY YOURSELF! 😊

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  1. September 24, 2019 at 3:08 am

    Ironically, since moving to the other side of the country, months here and not knowing anyone coupled without the constant texts and calls every day back home cuz I was the “good listener” I’m loving the silence .. I don’t miss the daily drama one bit

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    • September 24, 2019 at 12:10 pm

      My life has definitely been silent as well and I’m loving it lol. I have absolutely no regrets on getting rid of the group of friends that I had a few years back. Sure it was great having people to party with every night, but I do not miss the drama and fakeness at all.

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