- What has your experience been in keeping and making friends as an adult?
- What does it mean to be a friend? How to do you meet new ones? Why is it harder?
- If all these people you know aren’t friends, then what are they? What is the difference?
- How does introversion and extroversion affect friendships? How does gender? Race?
- How to be successful in making new friends? How to practice at being a better friend?
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We will be meeting Monday, 1/24, from 7:30-9:30pm
Our theme for the evening will be friendship.
When we were children making friends kind of just happened. We ended up playing with the kids down the street, or the kids who attended our school. It seemed easier to find people who shared our interests, who we liked and they liked us back. These early friendships may have continued into adulthood, where they either maintained or we grew apart. But as we entered the “grown-up world” making new friends, at least for most of us got harder. We didn’t know how to connect in that wonderfully easy way, to spend hours together just having fun and playing. As adults it’s more complicated. We’ve grown accustomed to our own private preferences, we have stronger opinions, more experience and less time. It’s harder to make shared time with work, family, and relationships. So what does it mean to make and have friends?
I look forward to meeting with you