Can your friendship/relationship be salvaged?
A question that I've raised recently regarding relationships and also friendships is whether or not they can be salvaged. There comes a time throughout the course of any connection that has lasted 6 months to several years where something is done by one or both parties, maybe something negative is said, an action that was disrespectful, or maybe time has passed and the parties involved have simply grown apart. So the question lies, can it be salvaged?
After asking a few people in my circle for their take on this, several things have to be taken into account. You might be thinking that you should consider how long you have known this person or been friends with them. While that may seem like a given, length of the connection actually plays a very minor role in any of this. You want to measure the strength of the relationship based on how both people have handled disagreements in the past as well as how they have handled your causes for concern. Have you both been willing to talk things out and communicate over your issue(s)? Are you still actively involved in each other's lives. Do you both make the effort equally despite individual life challenges? To continue reading, click here