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But in childhood we tend to look for friends who live close by and with whom we have common interests. In adolescence, trust and loyalty become very important.
That number, aka the Dunbar Number , is We fit in a pattern. There are social circles beyond it and layers within — but there is a natural grouping of When I was 22, my octogenarian neighbour said the worst thing about being old for him was not fear of death but all his friends dying.
I had no idea what he was talking about. In a letter to the New York Times in March, in response to an article about female friendships, a reader called Enid W Rothenberg described how friendships change as you get older. Scott "Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.
I thought I was the only one. Lewis "Friendship consists in forgetting what one gives and remembering what one receives. He may not seem such a good friend after telling. Don't walk in front of me; I may not follow. Just walk beside me and be my friend. It's not something you learn in school. But if you haven't learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven't learned anything. There is a time for silence. A time to let go and allow people to hurl themselves into their own destiny.
And a time to prepare to pick up the pieces when it's all over. After a while you start assuming that because you think a certain way, your friends and others do too. Eventually, you begin to blame others and talk about how they went and did something even though they never did. This gets annoying and yes, your friends do notice this. You start criticizing or blaming them for everything.
Everything wrong is because of them. Then you start letting them know, even non-verbally, how you feel about the situation.
This is how you lose friends. You only spend time with them when you need something. There is always a reason to call or text. You evade all responsibility, leaving them to handle it all. You never think about how they may feel. Your words hurt like knives and you might not even know it or care, because you have a disregard for how they may feel.
So many things to be mindful of! Are you losing track? You could begin to wear down the friendship if the other person feels like you constantly show off or downplay their accomplishments. People have enough insecurities and self-esteem issues as is. Tossing in a question to make it seem like you care is insincere. You never stick to your word. Punctuality goes into this too.
How to Be a Good Friend. Send them a text, a phone call even better, or surprise them by showing up at their front door. Make an excuse to spend time with them. It just means showing you want them to be okay. Some people are very good at hiding their negative emotions. Masks get heavy when you wear them for so long and sometimes you forget how to take it off. I used to put on a brave face when I was going through rough times.
Know when to be serious and when to be goofy. No cheap attempt at being funny to avoid the real issues. Be mature and aim at finding common ground instead of trying to divert the attention elsewhere. Go the extra mile when they ask for help. When they ask for your opinion or help on something that means something. It means they value what you think. If someone hands you an essay asking for you to help proofread or revise it then go the extra mile. Bust out a red pen and start marking it up like crazy.
This means never half-ass things when it comes to your friends. This annoys some people and eventually they give up, but good friends keep trying. Make them feel wanted. This means you listen to everything they say intently. You show you like being around them. Hell, sometimes even say it outright. Understand and respect boundaries. Be honest and constructive when needed. You care about their lungs. Do you want them to crash and burn later or would you rather let them suffer an ego hit, fix their act, and get out there in full confidence?
If you feel like criticisms are harsh, offer them tips on how to improve. Introduce them to others. Remember, you want to be proud of being in public with them. Jump to the rescue when asked. I called people I knew would come to my aid because they were the type to help.
Those who I knew would have an excuse. Which brings me to my next point… Be okay with gaps in conversation. Silent gaps will naturally occur in a conversation. Be comfortable with them. Especially as an introvert, I need time to recharge after spending time with a lot of people. I really enjoy my time, but I need to recharge my batteries on occasion. With that in mind, learn the real differences between introverts and extroverts.
You may have the wrong idea. Be dependable punctuality and keeping promises. Being unreliable will make your friends think twice before asking you for something. Learn how to apologize. It takes a lot to admit you did something wrong. It happens to the best of us. We all get too caught up in our own lives and forget how to show appreciation.
Be invested in their successes and show in your facial expressions that you really are happy. Show small gestures on occasion. It can be as simple as buying them something you thought they might like.
That would tell me a lot of things. First, I know they remember what I enjoy. Second, they were thinking of me. Third, they spent their hard-earned cash to let me know they like me.
Start saying yes more often to your friends and make time for them. After all, remember the point about boundaries. However, I know how easy it is to say no.
Life goes on and everyone has their own thing to do. Being impeccable with your word is so important. Punctuality is something I used to suck at severely. But like with all these other lessons, being a good friend requires some effort. So working a little bit harder to be on time is just a necessity of being a good friend. Do you think being an introvert plays a part when it comes to friendships?
But, I would think an introvert would have to utilize more will power than an extrovert. Especially when it comes to consciously putting in effort to better their relationships. Being introverted definitely plays a factor. Then when we reach for the phone, whether to answer an invitation or form one, we think twice. I totally get that, but once I realized I said no too often I began to start saying yes more. Very perceptive and highly informative and inspiring post.
I was looking for something to help my nieces form friendships … this sure works for adults too. And your responses to peoples comments are very insightful to. As an introvert myself, I have spent many an hour contemplating what friendship is — what it does — precisely because of my social ineptitude.
Thank you for sharing about introverts. I am one, too. I have been saying yes more and I am so glad. I went to a fun party today. I met some nice people and enjoyed myself. I am recharging now. I am realizing that it is ok to be the way I am, but I just need to push myself a little when I hesitate after an invitation. Thank you for the great insight.
And not knowing what the hell is going on makes me keep to myself. Tired of thinking, guessing, searching. It does get hard but understand that what goes on in your head is different than what goes on in reality. There are many meditations on the app you will have access to with their monthly fee but if you just want to try it out there is a free basic 10 days.
Hope you get a chance to try it out. That how i felt till i met someone who i came to love. When i realized i loved them it made me want to be more social while at the same time being energized by talking to her.
As usual Vincent, you have offered so much wisdom here. What sticks out to me is the fact that many people fail to recognize that there is work involved in building and maintaining a friendship.
There has to be an investment from both sides in order for it to work. Check out my reply to Kevin. It may help you see things from a different perspective. Sure, I get that introverts will say no sometimes because of the energy thing. I am one, so I completely understand. Ah, I got you. Laziness is no longer a valid reason. I recently discarded two people from my life for violating number 2 on your first list. One was a girl I was dating that counts right?
Number 17 in the second list is also important, but only if it suits you. Never go along with what your friends want if it conflicts with what you believe in. It must have been difficult but that tells me a lot about you. It takes guts to do what you did. Your list is fantastic, Vincent, but it also illustrates how difficult it is to find and keep good friends.
Fun is an absolute requirement for me;. I wish I had read this awhile back. Rereading this article once again — I read it at least once a week so I am able to be the best friend possible to all the people in my life! That used to be something that I was horrible at.
It stemmed from my then now significantly improved, but shaky at times self-confidence. If you always feel a need to one up someone it generally stems from the fact that you care what everyone thinks about you. My deepest friendships are often with people who, while we do share some commonalities, are very different from myself.
But those differences must be recognized and respected. I never really cared too much for the argument of whether or not opposites attract. Opposites work well together just as people who are very similar do. These patterns are attributed to our own personal experiences and observations. Then confirmation bias usually gets the best of us and we conclude it must be true.
Just wanted to point out my thoughts on that whole thing. I used to be the high school girl with many friends, and now I am the 40something with very few. I like it this way as it allows me to be more attentive to my friends.
I am also spending a lot less money than I used to just to be out with the crowd. For a good portion of my life, I made friends and hung out with people because it was something to do and because I wanted to have fun. Things changed when I started to value people as individuals and develop mutually supportive, rain-or-shine type friendships.
You can meet toxic people in all walks of life — in romantic relationships, at work, and in A toxic friend will never really listen to you. They will. If you think this is too abrasive, that's the first reason, right there, you probably don't have any friends: you can't handle the truth and lack. If you've ever felt hurt by something one of your friends did (or didn't) do, But what we really do is chose people who are like us and who can give us what we .