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Do you feel out of place?
Posted 3/28/12 , edited 3/28/12
Don't assume everyone who's not the total package will never be your soul mate. I've had heaps of freinds that were into all kinds of stuff and gave dismissals of a handful of my interests. Don't take it personally. They just don't like it.

A friend must be flexible. Once in a while you'll go your way and they'll go theirs. Though you always meet up. You share several good things with them. Cherish that and relish whatever friendship you have.

I was reluctant at rugby but my close friend would always jump onto one of the sides. I sat and ate my lunch. He was eager to play the footy and invited me.

What's missing isn't shared experiences or activities you can relate with. It's just chilling and not giving a damn yourself when they refuse to get it. But you still come up and meet each other. That's a chum.

In the end if it's so important to you don't stop pushing your interests on them, congenially though. They'll get used to the thing they don't like about you.
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Posted 3/28/12
Like my Grandma always said, a penny saved is a penny earned. Not sure that's true, and pretty sure it has nothing to do with this thread. However, it's the best advice I can give.
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Posted 3/28/12
You misunderstand. I have companions for climbing but I feel disconnected from them because we have nothing else to bond us likewise with each group of friends. Seems to be something I lack with each group that prevents me from making stronger bonds.
Posted 3/28/12
Bond, James Bond.
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