Camilla And Marc - Front Row - MBFWA S/S 2013/14 - April 8,2013
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Interesting question. I actually just posted a quote that may be of some relevance to you:
“You don’t ever have to feel guilty about removing toxic people from your life. It doesn’t matter whether someone is a relative, romantic interest, employer, childhood friend, or a new acquaintance — you don’t have to make room for people who cause you pain or make you feel small. It’s one thing if a person owns up to their behavior and makes an effort to change. But if a person disregards your feelings, ignores your boundaries, and continues to treat you in a harmful way, they need to go.”
From my experiences (and I’ve gone through a lot of friends who just weren’t right for me) there are three basic standards a friend should meet:
Putting you down and making you feel stupid is not caring about you, benefiting your life, or making you happy. So I suggest you either have a talk with this person and confront them about how they feel (that is, if you think they are worth keeping in your life) or slowly distance yourself from them and find wonderful, encouraging, worthwhile friends.
Most important: keep in mind that whatever they are saying to you is not true. Most of the time, when people do mean things it has to do with their own, bizarre issues. Not yours. So don’t ever feel stupid or inferior to this person.
And, of course, message me with any other questions! Always! Xo
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