Adult friend fiender com

According to lore from under the sea, dolphins are smart as hell and very, very social while turtles prefer to navigate the water in solitude, slowly and steadily. The recognition of its rareness, the pursuit of something more. In the spirit of investigating what actually works (no, really!

It’s a different mentality, a philosophical fork, but for whatever reason, when the relationship is stricken (my ear can attest! ) when it comes to making, and keeping, friends as an adult, I asked the Man Repeller community (you? ) made their most recent, genuine adult friends and what takeaways were gleaned to inform subsequent friendship endeavors.

My mother is almost 70 and made some of her closest friends in the last 10 years, so I know it can happen at all stages of life.

My fiancé really struggles to make new guy friends as he feels lame getting in touch with someone on a weekly basis.

I think it’s important to have both old and new friends!

What did this experience teach you about making friends as an adult?

Don’t be embarrassed about seeming “desperate” when trying to establish a relationship with someone new.

Also, it’s an automatic friend “group” as opposed to just one friend. What did this experience teach you about making friends as an adult?

It’s definitely a strange breed of relationship, and feels very different from high school/college/law school friends.

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  1. I am real Have beer and condoms (Naperville, Illinois, 60540) Heavily tattooed, red hair, hazel eyes, chubby. A friends-with-benefits situation with someone that shares similar interests would be nice - online hookups, thrift stores, libraries, drawing, painting, graphic novels, the beach and sex.