Why having girlfriends is essential to life!

I love, love, LOVE, the women in my life! Whether it’s my mom, my besties, past and present girlfriends, neighbor…I love them all.

I have girlfriends who I have known for more than 20 years. Three to be exact!

I have girlfriends who also used to be neighbors.

I have girlfriends I worked with at different radio stations in three different cities.

I have girlfriends with whom I am sadly, no longer friends.

I have girlfriends I met because of Breast Cancer.

I have girlfriends I met through this website.

I have girlfriends I met at small groups through my Church.

I have girlfriends because of a job.

I have met new girlfriends who live in Orlando, (where we’re moving.) 

I have girlfriends because of my children.

And you know what? I love them all. Truly. New and old. I love them all because every single one has brought something significant to my life. Whether it is happiness, pain, joy or sadness, I am glad to have known them. To have with them, life experiences. Even the few I have lost contact with either because we just lost touch, because I had to walk away or because they did. Regardless, I am thankful for the time I did have with them and the memories that were created.

A very dear girlfriend once said to me…”Friends come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime” and boy, is she right! All of these women past or present, have helped shape who I am today and for that I say, thank you!

XO Cindy 

GIRLS GROUP

 

 

 

 

 

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31 Comments

  • Karyn Lisk says:

    I see my girlfriends like men see sports channels or in my husbands case, war movies!! He was in heaven memorial day as they played war movies all day long. My father and 3 brothers could watch cricket if it was the only sport on TV, me, I need some good ole girlfriend time!

  • Stacy says:

    So thankful for you !!

  • ANTHONY says:

    YOU AND YOUR MOM ARE COOL

  • Kitsy says:

    What a wonderful and inspiring posts my sweet girlfriend – thank you for sharing!! Love you so much!! xoxo

  • Michele says:

    I don’t have many girlfriends that I am actually friends with. I have been around the same group of people in my workplace for last 14 years. I find it hard to find true friends. I have one who is my best friend. I love her more than any friend I have ever had. We have known each other for 14 years. She is my soul mate. We were born in the same year and have so much in common. She is dependable and has the biggest heart of anyone I have ever known! So it’s not necessarily the number of friends but the quality of friends. True friends are hard to find. I feel blessed that I have that one who I can always count on and that’s good enough for me.

  • des says:

    Still can’t believe it took us so long to connect. XO!

  • Calvin F. says:

    Having someone to be there for you is important, for all humans.

  • annette fisher says:

    LOVE GIRL FRIENDS ALWAYS. YOU CAN HAVE FIGHTS WITH THEM BUT THEY WILL STILL BE THERE FOR YOU.

  • Laurie Damrose says:

    I have a lot of gf’s,most of whom I was a young child and went to school with, but a few I worked with and became good friends.

  • Channie says:

    Love you my Cind-a-la. So much.

  • Wanda Tracey says:

    Having girl friends is awesome. We go out together to parties,shopping and getting our hair cut.It’s just fun to have someone who always has your back.

  • Veronica Lee says:

    I couldn’t live without my girl friends! It’s very comforting to know that I can always count on them whenever I am in need of a friend.

  • Cheryl Everitt says:

    Dealing with anxiety I hesitate to venture out. This is an amazing article – thank you for sharing – very positive!

  • Judy Thomas says:

    It is so true, a girl can’t get by without them πŸ™‚

  • Arlene mcc says:

    when you get a good one hold on

  • Kelly Kimmell says:

    I truly believe you can’t have too many friends. I am thankful for all of mine. Nice post.

  • denise low says:

    I have one best friend and she means the world to me. Thank you for sharing you story.

  • marthalynn says:

    So sweet! Love all the pics of you and your girls. Yeah, I don’t know what I’d do without the women in my life. I love supporting (and getting support) from my close girlfriends!

  • Sarah L says:

    I enjoy all my girlfriends for different reasons. They are important to me.

  • Lola says:

    I love this post
    I have also grilfroends from many places, work, school, neighbours, yoga class…

  • Linda Szymoniak says:

    This is something I’m really lacking right now. It seems that my closest friends have either moved out of the area, or we just don’t connect the way we once did. The friend who I was the closest to, and tried to help get through her cancer, has pulled away because she realized we have opposite views with regard to politics (and she’s obsessed about her side). You’d think that because I’m involved in animal rescue, I’d have a lot of friends. I meet so many others who are passionate about helping animals, but can tell you first hand, there are more clicks and if you don’t think exactly like them, you are pushed out. It’s especially sad because being involved in animal rescue is a hard, depressing thing and you really could use more friends to talk to and just go out and have fun with.

  • Ronald Gagnon says:

    And what about us old bachelors…don’t we need at least one girlfriend more than anyone else?

  • Linda Manns Linneman says:

    It is awesome to have some great friends in your life. Someone to share good and bad with. Someone whom we can trust. Someone who is always encouraging. Thank you so much for this great article

  • denise low says:

    Thank you for sharing. I have one best girlfriend and she is also my sister n law. She is my best friend.

  • Sally Hill says:

    I would be totally lost without my female friends!!!

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