(April 4th 2014)

Conflict Resolution

Blog: Conflict Resolution

So having friends is great, no duh. One of the perks I've seen (at least with close friends anyway) is that when you fall out it's pretty easy to make up again... but is that necessarily a good thing? Could that not encourage close friends to be okay with getting treated badly by each other? If you're in a relationship of any description where you know that being a dick won't have any lasting ramifications would it not be easy to slip into that mindset all the time around someone? Obviously I'm not saying that all people with long time friends are unhappy and constantly sniping at one another, I'm just trying to rationalise behaviour without having any formal education in behavioural psychology (it's so much easier to haphazardly assemble beliefs than it is to actually do some research). In conclusion some friends take each other for granted and fall out as a result, others don't and remain friends for ever and ever. Thus ends the most pointless and vapid blog post ever created by man. It dares to say that sometimes people lose friends and other times they don't. Suck on the knowledge.

I am so smart, I am so smart. S-M-R-T... I mean S-M-A-R-T.