Michelle's Reviews > What Did I Do Wrong?: When Women Don't Tell Each Other the Friendship Is Over

What Did I Do Wrong? by Liz Pryor
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Oct 15, 08

Read in October, 2008

Great book.

"The companions of our childhood always possess a certain power over our minds which hardly any later friend can obtain."

"The day I decided would not be around her anymore, she became a memory waiting to be forgotten."

"For some, admitting to a broken friendship has become like admitting to a failed marriage. Over the last two decades, a myth of lifelong friendship has emerged, even as the ideal of a lifelong marriage has, sadly, become an unrealistic reality for many people."
-Dr. Jan Yager

"However I decide to end this friendship, I am free from judgment. I only have myself to answer to."

"Your pain is the breaking of the shell that encloses your understanding."

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