“She’s really draining. I need to back off being around her”
“But, she’s my friend. As a good Christian, I’m supposed to love her!”
“But this friendship is draining the life out of me!”Dr. Randy is here to help you be intentional with your friends so you can love them, even if you can’t continue the friendship.
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From the Intentional Living Blog Archives
Four Steps to Improve Your FriendshipsFriendships are enriching experiences, but they can also cause pain. Assessing the health of your friendships will enable you to improve the relationships you already have, and help you with your choice of friends in the future. Proverbs 17:17 describes a true friend as “always loyal, and a brother is born to help in time of need.” (NLT) Healthy friends:
- Love and influence each other – without controlling each other.