If you and your BFFS are ex­pe­ri­enc­ing any of these things in your re­la­tion­ship, it may be time to sit down and talk about your is­sues so you’ll know whether to call an emo­tional handy­man:

You’re com­pet­i­tive, not sup­port­ive. you never talk about any­thing but your past glory days. you’re al­ways jeal­ous of each other. you don’t trust her. you get each other into trou­ble. you usu­ally leave an in­ter­ac­tion feel­ing neg­a­tive. you don’t put in an e

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not only makes you look like a smaller per­son tha you re­ally are, but also hurts you in the process. “The temp­ta­tion to speak ill of a per­son is very high, but if you go that way, you are kiss­ing ev­ery good mem­ory good­bye. Don’t try to hate the other per­son to get over them, but un­der­stand that the re­la­tion­ship may not be the best thing. It could just be a mis­match.”

At the end of the day, and as un­com­fort­able as the whole process may be—which it will be, whether or not you’re fix­ing a friend­ship or end­ing it—you need to keep in mind that your goal should al­ways be to find peace and come from a place of love. “It will be ex­tremely un­com­fort­able, be­cause it will be soul-bar­ing,” Roxas says. “Ac­cept that you will be hurt, and it might take longer to cope and heal, but re­spect and have grat­i­tude for ev­ery­thing that tran­spired, be­cause in some way, the friend­ship still helped you grow, even as it ended. ”

March 2016

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