I definitely grapple with this myself. Sometimes it feels like managing the obligatory and ever-challenging family dynamics, the necessary work dynamics, and really making my spouse and (now) child a top priority really doesn't leave a lot of room for others. Many people are busy in their lives and don't have a lot of emotional resources to share with others. I struggle with struggling to accept a new friend's drama or issues when people I'm already bound to have plenty of their own I cannot escape. I think I mostly solved this by choosing my closest friend as a spouse. It works for us, but not for everyone. Thanks for posting this.
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