Hello! Happy Monday! I hope you had a great weekend. We had a game night with friends Saturday and it was a lot of fun. It's always fun to get together with our friends. We played Sequence. That's a fun game that we all enjoy. We also played a bit of a trivia game and charades as well. Games are a great way to bond, relax and have lots of fun with friends. We started our game night a few years ago and we're glad we did. Just spread the word to your friends that you'd like to start a game night, say, once a week or once a month or even a few times a year, and see what kind of response you get. We have had one person up to, I think, 12 or 15 attend our game nights! It's your game night: you decide on the number of people you want to join in.
Okay, now on to today's video. In it, I talk about changing friendships and how to handle them. Change is natural and healthy. It's best to handle such change with understanding and calm. Of course, if you truly want particular friends who have distanced themselves to be a part of your life again, you need to be honest and forthright. Let them know you care about them and would like to spend more time together again. Find out if there are any misunderstandings that caused them to back off in the first place, clear the air, and hopefully rekindle that friendship.
Have you had friends distance themselves from you? If so, what did you do about it? How did it make you feel? I'd love your feedback. Take care.