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No Longer Friends?

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You know how you feel when you meet someone new; everything's great, bright and exciting. They seem to think like you and you can see this person being a Best Friend.
But time goes on. You are at a level in the Spark program and your friend isn't. Maybe jealousy raises its ugly head and your friendship withers and then is gone.
You really don't want them on your Friends" listing, but how do you "un-friend" them.
Go to your Spark page and click on "Edit My Sparkpage".
You will see, down at the

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bottom of your Friends list a place to Add / Remove or See all of your friends.
Click that and it will take you to a list of all Spark friends with an option to remove any one of them.

When people move in different directions, it doesn't mean you have to mindlessly hold on to old relationships.
- Submitted by POPEYETHETURTLE 5/8/2011 in Using SparkPeople | 2 Comments
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GABBY2876 5/19/2011 11:28:00 PM

    I am also still new...but I'm wondering the same thing. Are they notified when they are unfriended?? (I unfriend people all the time on my facebook so I'm sure I would be able to do the same on here.)
gabby
NANA717 5/11/2011 6:10:00 AM

    Interesting thought. I'm fairly new at SP so haven't gotten to this point yet. I do have a question for you. So, when you do remove them, are they given a message? just like when you friend them? Thank you.

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