From time to time a situation comes up that clearly shows you who is in your corner and who no longer has your back. Perhaps someone that was a good friend for a long period of time has decided to move on. There should be no judgment in taking another direction, either for you or them, as long as the departure is handled with kindness and respect. We are often given red flags to guide us, signaling that it’s time to go in another direction, or, perhaps set the other person free in order to find their own way.
Continue reading this article on Friendship Etiquette over at Huffington Post Women: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/diane-gottsman/friend-breakup-just-do-the-right-thing_b_3744039.html.