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For questions about interactions with friends, people with whom you share personal details of your lives and enjoy shared activities.

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I have such a chronically late person in my life, and it is almost useless to try to change them. They are just bad with time, and don't even mean any bad, and even if they try hard, it doesn't work. …
answered Feb 6 '18 by Tom
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native language has two different words for friends and girlfriends. But the basic principle applies in any language. Use "friendship" in english, for example. "I really enjoy our friendship." - if you …
answered May 26 '18 by Tom
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The adult answer would be to open negotiations about changing the agreement. Obviously, the circumstances under which the original agreement was made are not the circumstances that are valid today, so …
answered Sep 19 '17 by Tom
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Andrew has a great partial answer: Some people enjoy flexibility, some people enjoy reliability. You cannot change Summer. Tom might have a chance, but you are what to her? Acquaintances at best. Yo …
answered Mar 19 '18 by Tom
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The awkwardness is there to fill a space the same way that there is awkward silence when a conversation stops and nobody knows what to say just then. To remove or avoid the awkwardness, do not leave …
answered Oct 13 '18 by Tom
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You are a man, she is a woman. If there were a reliable way of reading her intentions, half of all books, movies, plays, songs, operas and other artwork would not exist. You need to approach this que …
answered Mar 29 '18 by Tom