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However, according to a new survey of 1,000 people across the country by platonic friend-making website Not4Dating.com, BFFs may be more true to their name as 55 per cent of people say they have kept the same best friend over the last decade.
In fact, entering a relationship is the third biggest cause of losing friends – the top two being moving away to a new city and simply drifting apart.
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This time, I bemoan how frustrating it can feel being 37 and single. ) later, a fellow MTC newbie takes pity and responds to my plea, but her reply is—well, let's just say it's less than satisfying: "If time will come that u feel u've been left behind just think that somebody will be around to be by your side if not a lover maybe a friend that truly lives you" [sic].
"Therapy that changes people's lives is a nuanced process," he says.
"The dialogue that occurs online is much more shallow and transient.
Could spilling my guts to faceless strangers on an online message board or chat room possibly compare to "real" therapy? Paul Hokemeyer, a NYC-based addictions and family therapist, is dubious.
I write, "I constantly compare myself to other women—not just women I know, but friends of friends, famous people, etc." before acknowledging that my life is fine overall, save for my obsessive quest to "constantly think about how little I have in comparison to some friends and acquaintances (especially when it comes to my love life)."A therapist named Regina M. "It is so difficult to be a woman in our culture these days," she writes. I explain that I've been in therapy for years and have tried a zillion types of treatment.
THE RESOLUTION (OR LACK THEREOF)OK, so the therapist's response seems a bit... I wasn't expecting much more, honestly, so I continue my exchange, explaining more details about my mental-health history.
Thirty per cent of Americans have a friend that they regret falling out with, but can’t bring themselves to make a move to make up - including half of those between the ages of 18 and 24.
Confession time: I've been in talk therapy for more than 20 years (I started when I was 15—today I'm 37).