December 6 2019


I use to have a lot of friends. People were always at my house then we moved to a different state and I’ve struggled to make friends. I find where i live you either grew up here and don’t need new friends or you are rich and vacation here.

Plus since my diagnosis I’ve not been a great friend. My energy level for it changes and i can’t find consistency.

I’ve recently made a friend online and i treasure that friendship. I have someone new to whine to lol. It gives me something to look forward to every day.

Do you find it hard to maintain friendships?

6 thoughts on “December 6 2019

  1. I grew up where I am and my mother, father everyone grew up here, so I know it seems like everyone. But I don’t have many friends that I hang out with like I use to. I use to have people at my house or go out go to others houses all the time. But when things got really bad between me and my ex I really isolated myself or years. Now it seems that life went on for them and I am just starting to live again and we all grew apart and it is so hard to make new friends.

    1. Friendships are love without the dramatics. The most important friendship is the one with yourself. Unconditional love Angela, starts with friendship of self.❤️♥️❤️

  2. In my working life I was constantly travelling, and it’s hard to hang onto friends when you are in a different country every other day or so. If I find a new friend now I am as kind, accepting, understanding, snd caring as I can possibly be.
    I hope you get to meet your online friend very soon. 💖💖😎

  3. I definitely have trouble maintaining friendships, especially because I struggle with social situations in general and those are more ccomplex as a friendship deepens.

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