Friendships come in many forms. As children, we form close ties with our playmates and often maintain those relationships through adulthood. Throughout our lives, our friends have a different function. Those who we socialize with at parties and other social gatherings and those with whom we share our most intimate thoughts and secrets—our best friends. Many have friends who are closer than family members, calling each other’s parents mom and dad. But even with the best of friends there is conflict, misunderstandings that no amount of talk between the two will solve. It is in these times that an outside voice of reasoning must intervene if the friendship is going to survive. No one really wants to lose this near-sacred connection. There is an AskACoach.pro therapist available.
Therapy for Friends
You probably never thought about seeing a therapist to help you and your best friend get back together, have you? Well, consider all of the great times you’ve shared; all the pranks and parties, and all of the late-night crying sessions. Talk therapy is perfect for friendship mending. When the two of you talk to your therapist, who lives to help friendships heal, you will be glad to have saved one of the most important relationships in the world.