Signs of a Fake Friend

Parental Alienation

You have never felt comfortable enough with them to tell them a secret.

• They have never asked about your family and you have never shared any details of your family with them.

• You normally only spend time with them in a group setting, never on a one to one basis.

• They have never seen the real you, they only see the façade that you put on when you are part of the group.

• They forget your birthday and other important dates.

• You often get the impression that they are only calling you because no one else was available.

• You laugh and have fun but it’s not feel good, belly aching laughter.

• You have never seen each other cry.

• You find it difficult to be yourself when you are around them.

• Any silences between you are awkward and you feel the need…

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