BFF-Best Friends Forever. What a terrific feeling knowing that you have a close friend who is there for you in a moment of need and is a great companion just to hang out with and have fun. Finding a new BFF may be more difficult than you might imagine.
A recent survey indicates that nearly 45 percent of adults say that it can be challenging finding new friends. A study conducted by OnePoll (Yes, we acknowledge citing OnePoll often in this Newsletter) for Evite finds that the average American has not made a new friend in 5 years. The study sites introversion or shyness among the stimuli making it difficult to make new close acquaintances.
Other distractions in the desire to make new close friends include:
▪ Feeling like cliques exist with difficult borders of penetration.
▪ Comfortably unable to assimilate into a “social scene”.
▪ A lack of similar interests or career paths.
▪ Too busy with life and job getting in the way.
The most common reason for ending a friendship according to a majority of people has nothing to do with dislike or disagreement but rather one party moving away. The best places to find new friends: workplace, your neighborhood, social clubs, and old school buddies.
Remember: Good friends are not a dime a dozen. A good friend is someone you can confidentially confide in, trust, and play games with. No, these friends are not a dime a dozen.
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