Losing Friends

When we make friendship with someone and we share the secrets of our existence, we develop a certain fear of losing one day. But do you know that to lose friends or change is a must? Indeed, it shows that you're growing up, and getting mature.
By moving from one age to another, we experience many changes, both physically and psychologically. The course of the past twenties, where the passion and recklessness characterize that period with less thoughtful attitude and impulsive decisions. 
Moreover, even the circle of friends tends to shrink and people who are now accepted are chosen with much care. These changes that come naturally with time are beneficial to you and are a sign that you are getting more wisdom and maturity.
Here are 5 reasons why losing or changing friends while growing up is a good thing:
1 - You protect your privacy
Gradually, as you grow, you realize that the details of your private life do not have to be shared by a dozen or twenty people. You become increasingly protective of anything that has value to you, and this pushes you to put boundaries in your relationships and to filter those that counts more for you. You will also want to know new people that better meet your criteria and your expectations.
2 - You You Need To Prioritize
When you're young, if just a friend had a quarrel with his parents or a friend that has a heartache, we would fly to their rescue, as if the earth would stop turning. At this age, we also tend to make the interests of our friends and their welfare before ours. But over the years, you realize that there are more important things that deserve your time and energy. You will be more inclined to get away from these people who constantly consume our energy in order to move forward.
3 - You have less time to lose
While getting more matured, you realize the magnitude of the responsibility that weighs on your shoulders, so you do not have anymore as much time to devote for games and entertainment. In wanting to achieve specific goals, both personally and professionally, you realize that you are embedded in a race. It is therefore crucial to managing time and classify any order of priority, even regarding the persons who are part of your life. You will learn to distinguish between those who deserve your time and those who do not deserve it.
4 - You no longer tolerate insincerity
As a teenager, do not tell the truth or not being sincere to 100% with the people around you seems quite "normal." But as time goes on, you have more and more difficult to tolerate insincerity. The maturity you have gained while evolving in life make you appreciate the value of frank and honest people who will advise you and talk to you in a respectful and reasoned way.
5 - Looking for deeper relationships
Going through the various trials of life, you become better able to distinguish people worthy of your friendship for those who are not. You will be more demanding in term of choosing your relationships because you will need to have mature people who bring their personal touch to your life. You will have new subjects to discuss, new interests and new life perspectives. It will be beneficial for you to get to know other people and renew your circle of friends.
Like everything in life, getting older has its advantages and disadvantages. We must therefore learn to adapt and take things as they come. This will help you better thrive and enjoy a much more serene life.

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