Sometimes people feel they have grown apart and have developed new or different interests and that there is not enough to keep them connected. In some cases that is true. It can be helpful to step aside and think about a particular friend and what they have meant to us in the past, how we have learned from them, shared together, and what we might miss if they were not a part of our life.
What can We do to maintain and nurture our deep friendships even when we really don’t have the time to “be there” in ways we would like to be?
Sometimes, where appropriate, meet as a group of friends.
Be Content (for the moment) with brief and more frequent encounters.
Friendships are best when they are both flexible and forgiving.