As a 20-year-old female, I always thought that starting a relationship meant finding my soulmate and living happily ever after. But what I didn't expect was the toll it would take on my friendships. When I first got into a relationship, I was so wrapped up in my own love story that I let my relationships with my friends slowly slip away. It wasn't until one of my closest friends reached out to me, asking how I had been, that I realized how much time had p***ed since we last talked. I felt guilty for neglecting our friendship and for not being there for her when she needed me. I realized that being in a relationship means balancing the love and attention you give to your significant other and the love and attention you give to your friends. It's a delicate balance, and I struggled with it at first. But now, I make an effort to keep in touch with my friends and to make time for them, even if it means sacrificing some time with my significant other.
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