// When I was 10 years old I broke up with one of my closest friends. She have for a long time been a part of my life but at least as long a very negative person. She was really negative to everything, dropped comments on a daily basis and not always nice.
When I was 13 years old I broke up with my best fotboll friend even though we played in the same team. I felt that the "friendship" went out on our performance since at that time I was breathing football, it was all I was passionated about.
When I was 18 years old I broke up with a friend that I only felt annoyed me. She looked like a good friend but didn't give a damn about anything than herself. Also as an very ambitious person I got less ambitious around her because well yeah, you get affected by your friends. A couple of months later I broke up with another friend because it was just enough. Were you are real friend to a real friend?
I have lost of course many other friends on the way, friends I have drift apart from and grown up from but these are the times I actually broke up with a friend. It is hard to go through and sometimes it's just easier to separate in a more natural way. But sometimes all you want is just to get rid of the person.
I have taught myself the past year to not give out as much extra chances as I always did before. People doesn't always deserve a second chance after the first mistake. People doesn't change and I will just end up in a big puddle of disappointments. Chances is something valuable and needs to be given out wisely.
It's not easy to loose someone once were a big part of your life but I always try to see the positive in everything: everything happens for a reason and friends will come and go but the real ones will stay.
Have you ever gone through a break up with a friend that once treated you badly? Or that you maybe just felt that there weren't any reasons to stay friends with that person anymore? Comment your story, I am curious about it!