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Be Flexible

Be Flexible

Your friend may be feeling like this is more of a logistics problem, and isn’t aware that you’re open to changing your established routine. So the next time you reach out, you could say something like:

  • Would you want to try something different the next time we meet? Maybe we can grab tea instead of cocktails?
  • Instead of meeting up for brunch, maybe we could grab a coffee or go for a walk in the park?
  • Maybe we can go on a double date so we can include our significant others?


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