It’s hard to distinguish between the two sometimes when you find yourself finding more than distance . I think it’s harder still trying to figure out…

It’s hard to distinguish between the two sometimes when you find yourself finding more than distance . I think it’s harder still trying to figure out who gave the first push, and why you’re pushing so hard to keep them away. Either way hurts, but at least, somehow, it feels like you’re controlling why it hurts when you push back that much harder. It seems like there’s plenty of reasons that things like this happen, but the hardest hitting one has to be a one-sided friendship. I’ve encountered a lot of those lately, though I can never seem to be the one that pushes away first; instead, I always try and wait for the other to just grow up, but instead, I’m the one that grows apart first. In a way, I guess I’d be the only one that could grow apart, being the only one who had ever cared in the first place. It stings, but it happens, and I guess the best thing to do is just to be strong. That gets difficult when you’re forced to be in their company though. What do you guys think? When you’ve grown apart from someone in a way that you both have noticed, do you pull away completely, or fake it for your own benefit, and treat them as if nothing has happened?
– Eric