A group of friends can be fun, loving and make for a great time. But they can also be fickle and get annoyed at one another sometimes for no apparent reason. You can tell if your friends are getting tired of you with some keen observational skills and few simple tips.
Things You'll Need
- Keen observational skills
Watch how they react when you come on the scene. If you are being ignored, talked down to or ridiculed, they may find you annoying.
Note if they have stopped calling you or have 100 excuses to get off the phone when you call them.
See if they leave when you show up somewhere. If you walk into the bar and your friends all immediately have to leave for urgent business, they may be trying to avoid you.
Look for nasty notes, emails or photos of you hung in prominent public places with darts stuck in the eyeballs.
Tips & Warnings
- Take a quick inventory of yourself and your recent behavior. Have you been acting like a jerk, giving them reason to not want to be with you? If so, amend your ways if you want to keep their friendship.
- <br>If you are certain your friends are not tiring of you for something you did, simply move on. Make new friends. Heck with them.
- Photo Credit Illustration by Ryn Gargulinski
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