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Be Careful the Environment You Choose for It Will Shape You; Be Careful the Friends You Choose for You Will Become Like Them - W. Clement Stone

Be Careful the Environment You Choose for It Will Shape You; Be Careful the Friends You Choose for You Will Become Like Them – W. Clement Stone

When I was young I believed, “The more friends, the merrier.” While this can still be true in certain circumstances, I’ve come to learn that focusing on quality over quantity improves your life drastically when it comes to friendship.

The unfortunate truth is that not all friendships are not meant to build and last. Sometimes people drift away because each has grown in different directions. Sometimes friends discover they do not have as much in common as they once did. Sometimes, for one reason or another, there is no longer enough effort in a friendship.

While it may be hard, accepting this will make you happier and better in the long run. Because grasping at and trying to force a friendship with someone will make you unhappy. After all, your friendship should be a privilege.

When you focus on the relationships in life that come naturally, with people you wish to be like, you will be much more at ease in the environment around you.

Be Careful the Environment You Choose for It Will Shape You; Be Careful the Friends You Choose for You Will Become Like Them – W. Clement Stone
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About April Stearns

April Stearns enjoys blogging about business, lifestyle, and arts and connecting with the digital world as a content marketer and social media manager. She spends most of her free time reading, practicing yoga and pilates, exploring the Bay Area in California, and watching too much Netflix. You can visit her personal site www.aprilstearns.contently.com and also follow her on her various social media links below.

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