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You don't have to escape them. They are still your friends. You just have to be strong in your values, morals, and belief system. If they are your real friends and love you for the person you are than there is no need to escape. You accept them for who they are. They accept you for who you are. You just have a difference of opinion and that is perfectly fine. Maybe when you have discussions, you see their point of view and they see your point of view on topics. Maybe being around different types of people make you a well rounded individual. Appreciate those people for who they are. They may learn something from you. You may learn something from them. Relationships are a two-way process. In the end, you must compromise to form better relationships if those people mean something to you.

You don't have to escape them. them, only if they are pressuring you in doing those things too and you are feeling uncomfortable. They are still your friends. You just have to be strong in your values, morals, and belief system. If they are your real friends and love you for the person you are than there is no need to escape. You accept them for who they are. They accept you for who you are. You just have a difference of opinion and that is perfectly fine. Maybe when you have discussions, you see their point of view and they see your point of view on topics. Maybe being around different types of people make you a well rounded individual. Appreciate those people for who they are. They may learn something from you. You may learn something from them. Relationships are a two-way process. In the end, you must compromise to form better relationships if those people mean something to you.