“Friends fight, then they get over it and make up. Give each other some space… Stop worrying.”
‘How much space?’
I comforted myself with the belief that we both needed space, and that somewhere down the line, we’d come back to each other. But as the days pass, I see I’ve been living a lie all this time. It isn’t space anymore… We’re horizons apart.
Indifference and neglect often do much more damage than outright dislike.
You can actually tell and feel when you’re starting to fade away from someone. The conversations get shorter, they get less meaningful, less exciting. You can feel the wall that’s coming up between you two. And then in the end, you’re back to being strangers.
Audio from Deleted Scene The poem that Charlie reads at Secret Santa party to his friends
“That was the poem I read for Patrick. Nobody knew who wrote it, but Bob said he heard it before, and he heard that it was some kid’s suicide note. I really hope it wasn’t because then I don’t know if I like the ending”.
oh my fucking god