a star is born too far gone

milky way, stars, night sky @ Pixabay

“Stars too far gone. I can’t see a thing.” This is the opening line to one of my favorite songs, “West Coast,” by Lana Del Rey. It’s about longing and missing people that are unreachable in the distance.

The song captures this feeling so perfectly, it feels like you’re on the West Coast with them as they start to feel disconnected from everything around them. And that’s what this post is about: how do we get back our stars?

milky way, stars, night sky @ Pixabay

This post is about how to connect with people who are so far gone that they feel unreachable. It’s a tough question for anyone this time of year, but it’s one worth asking: “How do we get back our stars?” It starts by reaching out again and making the first move when you know things have cooled off or fallen apart completely. You don’t need to jump right in head-first because sometimes just being there for someone can make all the difference.” This break from social media might be good for both parties after some space,” says Diane Gottsman, etiquette expert and author of Modern Etiquette For A Better Life (TarcherPerigee). The goal is not necessarily to fix your friendship – those


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