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Reminding myself, I can't fix others.

by marymc on July 22, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


My broken friend contacted me after blowing off a breakfast and letting weeks go by. He wanted to get together. I call (and leave a voicemail) and text, "Come to dinner. 6:30". Nothing. I emailed him, letting him know that he's not making this easy. When do you give up on someone? I've heard through the grapevine his one other good friend gave up a while ago and expressed concern for me.

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