- If there doing bad shit then yeah, but if its bc there not doing anything then no, if they r ur so called friends then u shouldnt care or better yet u should lead them towards the right direction!
- I don't think it's about finding a new circle, but when you're workin hard n pushin urself to do better n accomplish goals, n u see ur friends r jus bummin it n not doin anything to set/accomplish goals, then u naturally start to drift away. Without even knowing it u start associating urself with ppl who r trying to move up n succeed like u. It kinda goes back to that old sayin (or as my mom would say in Spanish) "tell me who you hang with, n I'll tell u who you are". Kind of old school but very true.
- i agree with both statements.. i believe naturally u drift from ppl who dont share the same intrest or goals that you have...but also if they r ur tru friends you may want to encourage them to do better for themselves
- no its not beause negativity will only bring down more negativity. A positive group of friends will always keep u positive
- if someone doesn`t wanna do anything for themselves then it`s nothing u can do about it. bad habits to tend to rub off but mostly on the weak minded
Phoenix: It's difficult to say whether or not it's right to disassociate yourself because it all depends on how long you have been friends. However, there is always that saying "birds of a feather flock together." If your friends aren't moving upward with their lives or goals, you're going to be placed in the same bracket from the outside view of those looking in. Personally, I wouldn't want to be seen with someone who isn't doing anything with their lives. Now, I would offer my friends some guidance or suggest that they begin to get the ball rolling in life, but if they don't start making moves, I wouldn't be able to maintain a strong grip on that friendship. Naturally, I'd begin to gravitate towards more goal-oriented people.