It’s generally not healthy or productive to cut off all of your friends just because it’s a new year. However, it’s important to consider whether certain relationships are healthy and supportive or if they are causing stress, negativity, or other negative feelings.Here are some signs that a friendship may not be healthy or beneficial:
The relationship is one-sided or unbalanced.
If you feel like you are putting in a lot more effort or support than you are receiving in return, it may be time to reassess the relationship.The friendship causes stress or negative emotions. If you feel anxious, upset, or drained after spending time with a friend, it may be time to distance yourself from them.
The friend is consistently dishonest or untrustworthy.
Trust is a key component of any healthy relationship, and if you can’t trust a friend, it may be best to cut ties.
The friend is toxic or harmful.
If a friend is consistently engaging in harmful or unhealthy behaviors, it’s important to protect yourself and consider ending the relationship.Ultimately, it’s up to you to decide what is best for you and your own well-being.
It can be difficult to end a friendship, but sometimes it’s necessary for your own emotional health and happiness.