By MartinGitGud - 13/3/2021 08:01

Real friends

Today, I was saying goodbye to all my close friends before I move out of state. I'd made plans with one friend in particular to meet up before I move away; he didn't bother to respond to my message or calls. Guess I confused a coworker for a friend, huh? FML
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By  Chazzster  |  20

Know the difference between friends and colleagues from work. A friend is someone who wishes the best for you regardless of where you work. A colleague is a work acquaintance. Once you “switch teams” and work elsewhere your work colleagues are not going to automatically be your friends. In the working world we need both friends and work colleagues. You will normally have more colleagues than friends, but those will change as you change employers.

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By  Chazzster  |  20

Know the difference between friends and colleagues from work. A friend is someone who wishes the best for you regardless of where you work. A colleague is a work acquaintance. Once you “switch teams” and work elsewhere your work colleagues are not going to automatically be your friends. In the working world we need both friends and work colleagues. You will normally have more colleagues than friends, but those will change as you change employers.