Is there a difference between real friends and Internet friends? How many friends do you actually need?
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Guys and girls I want to say that be your own friend because there's a whole new world inside you and another YOU. God has given everyone this gift for a reason. You will find a lot of answers to a lot of questions if you talk to yourself.
1:52 Hmmmm that just helped me to understand my life.
I always wondered why I just have five friends. (Btw, I have known them each for over twelve years now. All the other "friends" I had after that disappointed me. Guess I was very lucky to meet all of them in kindergarten.)
Online friends are good , but to be honest you can not fully express yourself online because it won’t show your emotions and you will
be driven out of real world and sometimes social media might be dangerous
.like to me I like having a close friend but since I don’t have one I need to get an insurance so I can talk to a therapist by the time so I can control my emotions a little bit . Because when you don’t have anybody that can sympathize with you ,
you then obviously feel overwhelmed and lonely .
I was having online life for a long time like my 6 years was online and I was being driven out of reality, , texting a lot and being quite in real life because I had nobody to listen to , I felt like as I was out of control because online life have no boundaries so if it becomes part of your life it changes your personality . But then I now I’m trying to remember the real world lol .
At school , I’ve tried friends but I didn’t find people whom I felt comfortable , like at that time I didn’t used to backbite like other girls , or think as them , or even swear , I didn’t used to understand them , when I barely got a friend we moved out and then starting all over again in short I was lost . So I got attached to my phone .
But online life is stressful somehow .
I’ve went through a lot of problems with online and real life , I don’t have anybody to trust and there are some people want to hang out with me but I don’t know like maybe I talk to them but then start feeling awkward because we don’t have a common personality or even a life that can associate us .
So you don’t really have a trust for them .
Friends might exist , but I’m 21 and girls around me who are 21 already have kids while I don’t know what to do with my confused life .
But anyways , it has also benefits maybe somehow trying to be positive and grateful eases your life .
Friendship is an illusion backed up by chemicals in your brain that were originally there to make us seek out other humans so that we could have better chance of survival. (Tribes, clans) In modern society friendship is almost pointless no one is willing to stick their neck out for each other.
I know this video posted a long time ago but I wanted to say something.
I have a story.
It’s almost fate that I can’t have friends.
Ever since I was was in pre k, I always had some problem with my friends.
In pre k I had a friend but she moved.
I didn’t go to a very good elementary school. In kindergarten I had a “bestie” who started leaving me for a popular kid who just moved to the school.
In order to have friends I had to follow her and become “friends” with the popular kids.
But I hated it. I was not bad enough for their expectations because to tell u the truth, I’m a goody two shoes.
However this faking friendship with popular kids lasted until the middle of third grade.
I found a group of girls that were friendly and I started becoming friends with them.
I thought that I could be happy with them now that I made true friends but of course like fate, I couldn’t.
I was told by my parents I was moving to a new better school in 4th grade and so I never got to spend time with the friends that I just made.
So in 4th grade, I arrived to school and made friends almost immediately.
I was so happy. I found myself with 2 besties that I was very happy with.
And again, like fate it couldn’t last.
In fifth grade, one of my besties moved to a new class and the other one was still in my class but started meeting other friends, besties, slowly drifting away from me.
I spent my year lonely and kind of depressed.
Then I moved to middle school. Huzzah. My ex bestie was in my class and my other bestie actually moved away completely, very far away.
Things were awkward and my ex bestie hardly talked to me.
I met another girl who I became good friends with and helped introduce me to more friends.
I was happy again.
But now I’m in 7th grade. All my friends from last year are in different classes. I see them occasionally though.
There is a girl I met in 6th grade. She is still very good friends with me but I think of her as a very close friend however she has a closer friend that she would leave me for.
Now in my 7th grade class I know no one but I became friends with one person.
Guess what. Fate struck again. I don’t know what’s wrong. All of a sudden she seems upset. I tried asking her but she seems only upset near me.
So if u stick around till the end thank u for listening to why I can’t have friends. :) if u ever have stories similar or wanna share plz reply. I just wanted to tell someone my story. Thank u for taking the time to read this it’s very long I know. 😁
You and your bae have been together for a while now. Youve passed that initial exciting spark phase. Youve passed the first "I love you." Maybe youve even passed the wedding vows. Things have slowed down now, though, and you eventually start thinking back to your single days. Its not necessarily that youre unhappy; its that you have an inexplicable longing for your single life routine. So what do you do with these feelings? Take advice from ladies who shared how to deal with wanting to be single, even when youre in a happy relationship, on a recent Reddit thread.
First of all,relax and be glad that you are living a completely normal life. This happens with all. We crave for the things that we miss in our lives,thats human nature. I think you take your relationship like a burden,just an assumption based on the fact that you search for isolation and peace when you are in a relationship. Maybe you should take it a bit lightly,give your partner their space and have some for yourself too. Enjoy it rather carrying it as a burden. I would recommend you make more friends and eventually you will find some people with whom you speak your heart out without the burden of a relationship. Just relax because this is what growing up is. This is faced by one and all. Best of luck.