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Young Adult Friends (YAF) is a community of Quakers, age 18-35ish, throughout the PYM area and beyond.We are at different places on our journeys, and we come together for fellowship, rejuvenation, and to deepen our connection to one another & the Spirit.Here Stout talks about why it’s especially painful to break things off with your former ride-or-die—and how building resilience and shifting your perspective can potentially save a friendship.Q What’s the psychology behind friendship breakups—why are they so painful?Immediately upon learning this information, we took several steps to review the situation and bring in the right external partners to support our investigation," said Diana Ballou, vice president and senior counsel, in an email on Friday."While a number of these claims proved to be false extortion attempts, we did identify and fix a vulnerability that was related to the ability to access source code through an injection vulnerability," she said."Friend Finder takes the security of its customer information seriously and will provide further updates as our investigation continues," she added.
Don Miguel Ruiz, in his wonderful book , writes about the goal of not taking things personally. If you believe in honesty, but are telling white lies and stretching the truth, your ego is in a constant state of taking hits.
But we can determine how the breakup—or make-up—affects us emotionally, says LA-based depth psychologist Dr.
Carder Stout who specializes in relationships (and frequently contributes to goop—see here).
When our psychological immune system is strong, we feel balanced and self-assured.
But most of us do not take the time to fortify it, and so we become easily disturbed, exhaustingly sensitive, and more susceptible to fear and doubt. Our ego, or sense of self, may vacillate over a lifetime, but learning to love ourselves (warts and all) and staying true to our guiding belief system is imperative if we want to thrive emotionally—no matter what the situation.Either way, we’re grieving a part of us we think we can’t be without.But truthfully, this is not the case: We will continue to love and thrive even in the absence of this person who may well have left an indelible mark.It may take time, but inevitably, you will grow to see that no one in the world has the power to define you (other than yourself).