There are scandalous transgressions or betrayals that can kill a friendship. But more often, there’s no accounting for a friendship’s demise. The atmosphere changes; a sense of duty creeps in. Conversations that were once freewheeling shift into that less than enjoyable territory of “catching up.” Soon you realize social media is the only thing keeping a no-longer-friendship on life support.

| Lauren Mechling, How to End a Friendship

originally posted on stoweboyd.com.

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Work ecologist. Founder, Work Futures. The ecology of work and the anthropology of the future.

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