You might no longer relate to your old friend anymore.
Perhaps you’ve evolved, and they’ve changed as well.
We’re all busy with our lives, but don’t forget to stay in touch and appreciate the role they had in your life.
In 2011, Ryan Adams and his group published a study in Developmental Psychology Journal. His study suggested that having your best friend around can reduce the effects of negative experiences. Your body will produce less cortisol—the stress hormone.
The time you spent together led you to who you are now.
I have a new section in my newsletter: Life—Short essays about life.