It's normal to move on from a friend; friendships can end naturally. You'll lose people along the way as you grow.
It is often helpful to focus on the healthy relationship we want to have, and ones that help us grow as a person.
Forgive and move on" - Let go of bitterness towards a bad friend, advises Louise Jensen on MindBodyGreen.
Don't wait for an apology from a bad friend. Move on and let it go, says Martinez.
Get support from loved ones during friendship breakups. Seek guidance from a coach, therapist, or grounded friend.
End contact with toxic friends and give yourself a chance to move on. Know you deserve better for healing to begin
Reflect on what you learned from a toxic friendship. It's okay to feel sad, but use it as a lesson to avoid such relationships.
Gradually reduce contact to end a friendship. Avoid contact as much as possible, and say you're busy until they take the hint and leave.
End a friendship: gradually lessen contact or address them head on. Keep it brief and clean, state your point and move forward.
Writing a letter can be a good way to process feelings about ending a friendship. It allows for reflection and editing before sending.
Reflect on the friendship to learn from it. As Burbach said, "Every friendship should teach us something that helps us be better people going forward."