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Friends will change.

Childhood friendships, people say, it’s supposed to last forever. But relationship  tends to grow and change, and not always lasting forever. Childhood friendships are usually the ones that fall apart or end, when teens grow up. The constantly changing environment of school, home, separates you from the people you used to consider BFF. You grow up and you change, and so do your childhood buddies. You’ll find new interests, new hobbies and new things that make you passionate that you cannot possibly share with your old pals.

Childhood friendships doesn't always stay the same

  • Childhood friendships

And that’s actually okay. The end of a friendship is not necessarily a bad thing, as long as it doesn’t come with a huge fight or quarrel. Sometimes people grow apart and this is especially true for the tumultuous teenage years. High school and college, moving to another city, starting a relationship – all of these are challenges that will most probably drive you and your old childhood friend apart.

Childhood friends

  • Let it go

Maybe they would stay the quiet kid, while you find yourself attracted by parties and meeting new people.Letting go of an old friendship is never easy but it sometimes necessary. It’s certainly sad to not be able to share things with someone you considered one of your closest friends, but it happens. It won’t erase the happy memories you used to have with your childhood comrade, quite the opposite. But most friendships, especially during the teen years, come with an end date.

Change in childhood Friendships.

You’ll find yourself changing more quickly than you can possibly imagine, and you’ll find people who suit your new self more than your old chum. Don’t be afraid of letting go and don’t feel guilty for doing it – this is the natural course of things, and it is a part of life. Instead, get ready and welcome the new  and relationships. “People will walk in and walk out of your life, but the one whose footstep made a long-lasting impression is the one you should never allow to walk out.” Michael Bassey Johnson definition of a true friend.