4 Tips To Help You Make New Friends
By: Pinki Sat, 11 Jan 2020 11:54 AM
Every day we meet new people, change jobs and meet new colleagues and make new acquaintances. But do most of these acquaintances turn into friendships. But the question arises that how to make new friends. Check out some of the tips which will help you to make new friends much easier-
* Virtual relationships
Virtual relationships have already replaced the real stuff. We play virtual games, tag each other, invite our contacts to join this or that community, share links and participate in various online forums. But are these activities enough to maintain our friendships!
* Circle of life
Life keeps going on and on. Every day something new happens to us which makes our life different. The surroundings also change and we find ourselves in another country, or doing a different kind of jobs, studying, marrying and so on. It is only natural that people should leave you while others, on the contrary, become closer to you. In a new situation we feel uncomfortable and even lonely. But, as time goes, we soon click with someone whom we call 'new friends'. You are not the only one to who this has happened. Do not get upset that you cannot see your old friends around. It will soon pass and you will feel much better.
* First things first
Friends are incredibly important as long as you stay single. Once you find a life partner, get married and create your own family, you might notice that the number of people whom you used to call your friends have vanished from your life. This is not your fault. This is how it is supposed to be. Family will always be more important than your friends. But still give time to your friends.
* The selfishness quotient
Only in childhood people have true friends who like you without any special reason. When we grow up we usually mix with people whom we need. It sounds selfish, but that's the fact. We meet first and only then, if we click, we become closer. Some of the useful people stay strangers anyways. Others turn into friends. We need each other which makes us communicate. But there is no guarantee that those we communicate with are our buddies.