How To Kick Someone Out Of Your Friend Group Politely

How To Kick Someone Out Of Your Friend Group Politely


Do we still have devoted friends in today's world? Friends, who would listen to us? Friends who will stick by us?

I don't believe so.

It's awkward to kick someone out of your group for no apparent reason. Being in a friend group is fun, but it can be awkward when one of the members begins to act inappropriately. For example, we are six in a group, and even though the six of us had agreed to contribute a certain amount of money, everyone puts down everything they can as a friend one of us failed to, not because he doesn't have much money, but because he doesn't want to.

So, how can you politely kick such a person out of your friend group without hurting their feelings?


1. Give Them A Good Reason Why You Don't Want Them Anymore In The Group.

Show them how badly they are tarnishing your image as a friend, give them concern, and many reasons about how much you care about them. You always want to be in the same friend group as them, but can not keep up anymore.

A friend group of five has always set goals to keep focus on exams, but one of them can't stop distracting them when studying. Can you still keep up with these friends in that group?


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2. Give them a good reason why you don't want them in the group any longer.

Show them how badly they are tarnishing your image as a friend, express your concern, and give them numerous reasons why you care about them and always want to be in the same friend group with them, but can no longer keep up. 

This may appear absurd, but it is the truth. "There is no longer any loyalty in friendship." So why do you keep going with them?

If one notices that their friendship with someone else isn't working out, they should walk away from such friendship, because even couples who realize they are no longer compatible with each other get divorced.


3. You Shouldn't Hold a Grudge Against Them.

Most people will not approach the person they no longer want to be friends with because they are afraid of what others will say or how the person will react.

You've shown them your concern, and they've realized that most of what they're doing bothers you; why would you still hold a grudge against them? 

It's impossible because they either change or everyone goes their separate ways. 

To be sincere, it may be difficult to kick someone out of a friend group, but if you have given them enough reasons to change and shown them the love they require as a friend but they still refuse to change, you should kick them out if your other friends accept.

 

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