December 3, 2023

How to Find Out Who Your Friends Are

It's not a good sign when they make you feel like you're not "the real you" around them. Whether it's trying to mold you into their image or telling you things about themselves that aren't true, it's clear they're not looking out for your best interests. A true friend is someone who accepts you for exactly who you are and wants to see you succeed, not hold you back because of their own needs.

When they ask for money or favors and you decline, it's a huge red flag that they have other agendas in mind. This is especially true if they give you a guilt trip in return. They may claim there's an emergency and need your help, but more often than not, they want to use you for their own personal gain.

If you find yourself getting frustrated with them or they're making you feel bad about something that's not your fault, it's time to call it quits. Having a toxic friendship is never healthy, and it's not worth the negativity that comes with them.

If you're not sure how to handle it, try talking to them about your feelings and see what they say. It's also a good idea to start hanging out with other people and spending more time with your family so you don't have to interact with them as much. This will send the message that their manipulative behavior isn't acceptable, and it might stop them from doing it in the future.


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