Why I love my friends of 10 years ago, feel a hesitant affection for the new ones, but there’s largely a non-emotion for most of those I hang out with today

3 thoughts on “Why I love my friends of 10 years ago, feel a hesitant affection for the new ones, but there’s largely a non-emotion for most of those I hang out with today”

  1. “A big group of hormones and emotions on steroids” :)Old friendships were just made differently, weren't they – we had all the time in the world to make, test and work on our equations. We have neither the time nor energy now. Makes me ever so thankful for old friends ❤ To us!

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  2. I've experienced strangely similar thoughts, been through too many uncomfortable hangouts and then just stopped going. Kya kiya jaye iska?

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