What is fair-weather friendship?
This is a relationship where the other person only seems interested in being your friend when they can benefit from your presence or when you can offer them something they want or need.
You can explain this kind of friendship by describing the behavior that the other person exhibits. For example, they may only contact you when they need help with something or when they want to borrow something from you. They may not be there for you when you need support or when you are going through a difficult time.
It’s important to recognize that this type of friendship can be hurtful and one-sided. While it’s understandable to want to have friends who can help you in some way, true friendship involves a mutual exchange of support and caring, even when there is no tangible benefit involved.
It may be worth considering whether this person is truly a friend or if they are simply using you. If the relationship is not fulfilling or feels exploitative, it may be time to reevaluate the friendship and seek out healthier relationships with people who value and appreciate you for who you are.
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