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Is holding a grudge in our nature? Well, for some more than others… There are people who only stay angry for a couple of days. And there are people who can hold a grudge until their grave. Is it worth holding a grudge for that long though? Is It Worth Holding A Grudge? At some point in life, someone will offend you. This could be a friend, family member or even a stranger. It’s inevitable! Most of us choose to hold a grudge and don’t realise that holding a grudge ends up hurting you more than the person who offended you. You’re the one who gets worked up when you think about the situation or even when you hear the offender’s name! Some of us even forget why they fell out with an old friend but still hold a grudge because of “the principle”. The thing is there’s a principle in every situation.…

Firstly let’s define what an ‘inactive friendship’ is. Imagine you had a strong bond with a friend but now the friendship is nothing like what it used to be. Instead, you are the one that does all the fighting to make the friendship work while the other person doesn’t try as hard as you or even care enough to save it. The effort is only one sided. In this post, I’m going to give you 3 ways on how to avoid being a fool within an inactive friendship and instead come out on top! Don’t ignore the red flags There’s a difference between someone not answering or texting you back on the spot, from someone returning your call after a few hours or maybe even a couple of days, to somebody just blatantly ignoring you. When a friend ignores you, it becomes disrespectful and I’m sure you don’t like being disrespected.…