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It is easy to lose touch with good friends over the years. How do relationships pick up where they left off when reunited compared to relationships that don't? Use an example to describe the unique features of each type of relationship. I feel that when you lose touch with friends, you don’t necessarily lose touch of the friendship you guys had. Although you may not feel currently updated on their life or how they have been, you still have shared experiences and memories that connect you. Unless the person you are friends with changes drastically, you will still be able to relate to them and understand who they are. If you were close enough with the person that you lost touch with, then you still have that friendship to go back to because it was meaningful. If you had friendships that were not as meaningful to you, then these relationships may not pick up where they left off. Circumstantial relationships are usually not as deep as relationships of choice because people are not making friends solely based on
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This note was uploaded on 12/19/2011 for the course COM 143 taught by Professor Becker during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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