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10 Mar 08 #16366 by NOtia
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You are grateful that you have them…specially when you are getting threw hard time…but are really all of them genuine? Do they really want to help you or do they have some side agenda? ("win" you over perhaps…). How do you find out who is your true friend?:huh:
How much should you pay attention to your friend's opinion anyway? Even if they really want to help you…you are different person then they are…you should probably figure it out for yourself…:S
I feel like some opinions of my friends are "poisonous"…I really want to believe in happy long lasting relationship again…should I just avoid those "poisonous topics" or should I avoid those friends in general?
Too many questions…:blink:

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10 Mar 08 #16373 by phoenix1
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Regardless of what your friends say and tell you it is all down to how you feel and the actions that you take. Only believe what you know is true, ignore the rest or put it to the back of your mind.
True friends will stick by you whatever you do even if they don't think you have made the correct decision.

''Friends are the family we choose for ourselves''

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