The first one, is seeing who initiates contact.
If you are always the one making the effort, she suggests taking a step back.
If they really want to be in your life they will make contact, India says they will show it.
The second warning sign is monitoring how you feel after you have spent time with them.
India says that if you are left feeling angry or resentful, it’s time to put the friendship to bed.
The third warning sign ia that you dread meeting up with them or never have fun when you’re out together, again it’s time to break up.
India explains that if friends are jealous or mean-spirited, it is time to ditch them.
And lastly the fifth warning sign is that a friend is always “too busy” to meet.
Seeing that a friend makes you feel bad or never wants to be with you should tell you it is time to invest in friends that actually want to spend time with you.
The tips come after a survey last week revealed that one in eight adults – seven million people – do not have a close friend.