Connectedness to My Best Friend

Having a best friend has always meant so much to me. Usually I didn’t have one. Having a friend is good, but a best friend is the best.

I tried for years and years to find friends near me. They just weren’t that interested in me. I don’t know why or what is wrong. But then I started finding friends online. It took me a while to find some best friends.

About ten years ago I decided that I wanted to have three best friends. Right now I have two. I love them lots.

So my best friends don’t live near me. We wish that we could live with one of them all the time and the other one could visit us here very often. We will keep wishing.

Friends connect you to your most primal needs. Best friends fulfill them.

6 thoughts on “Connectedness to My Best Friend

  1. Hey Kate,

    I know what you mean. It’s always meant a lot to me as well, but the “unconventional” method works for me. I’m not quite sure why friends here have to live so far apart, but it is very healing to have them. I hear you.

    Take care,
    Brittany

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  2. It is good to have friends. I do not have very many of them, more on line than off. I feel the same way sometimes, like they didn’t want to deal with me. So, I kind of gave up. Blogging has changed that a bit for me because I get to connect with people who are going through or have been through some of the same experiences. Here’s to finding #3 🙂 (I like that number, just sayin’)

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  3. Best friends are, well, the best. 🙂 I’m glad you have friends like that in your life.

    A word of caution, though, and I don’t want to take the shiny off your besties at all. I have (or had) a best friend. For a long time I thought she was the best. But now I’m learning that she wasn’t always best for me, in fact lately has been quite disrespectful. It’s hurt, but I’m learning that some friends are the best at some things, and others the best at other things. They can all be besties in their own way.

    ((hugs))

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    • Hi Kerro,

      I do understand what you are saying. I’m sorry that your friend was like that to you. I can relate so easily.

      I have had so many people in my life that I wanted to be my friends and so many who hurt and pushed me away or were hurtful. I have had so many leave me or fade away or insult me or demean me or ignore me. And the list goes on. These two are the best and they don’t hurt me. Which is amazing and also has allowed me to believe in myself more and more.

      Then there are some amazing blog friends, like you, who are supportive, caring, and giving to me also.

      Good and healing thoughts to you.

      Kate

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