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Most partnerships don't end up in court.This happens a lot, there are friends that I will be friends with, forever (like my friends Mark, Scott, Ben, Kellie, Elizabeth, or Shad, there are plenty of others, I just picked the last five that I have interacted with); but sometimes other people that I am establishing a friendship with, just "fade away", Email interactions fade away to Facebook interactions, Facebook interactions become less and less, and they are relegated to being just another "friend" (I quote it, because I have a different definition of friend than a Facebook friend). What do you need to do to maintain your friendship with others? Phone calls? Emails? Facebook messages/IMs? or are you more of the type where you have to do something; Fishing, Camping, Going out to Dinner, Seeing a Movie, etc? For me, after establishing a friendship, the only thing that I need to do to keep that friendship alive is to just know that the other person exists (seeing posts on a blog/Facebook/Google+/Twitter), and I have the feeling that I will always be friends. What are your thoughts?
Most friendships don't end in a fight.
Most customers don't leave in a huff.
Instead, when one party feels underappreciated, or perhaps taken advantage of, she stops showing up as often. Stops investing. Begins to move on.
No, I'm not going to sue you. Yes, I'll probably put my best efforts somewhere else.
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