Sticking to the same group of friends/circle
Some of us are blessed to be still around our childhood friends and remaining of us know how it feels to make new friends on different time-line. On that line as we grow older, coping with new people does get more out of our comfort zone. But how can one survive alone? Often one might be in a battle with their own mind against getting out of that comfort zone or just remain there un-distorted. None of us were really confined to that comfort zone but is just that each might force himself/herself to abide there. The reasons for such a stand would be various, at least the common one is denial. Again from what would one be denied? Is it the denial from the society or the group of friends who are now on a different disposition or denial due to your own procrastination? How recurrently have we procrastinated to out and meet-up the friends of ours? To be true for some extents each of us indeed have tucked ourselves in our cozy bed for that extra minutes of sleep, thinking ‘duh, I’ll meet them next time”. But on other terms don’t the dear friends of ours deserve the abandonment of our naps? May not be always but fairly?
Indeed we might have witnessed our friend circle shrink over the years. It was those initial years where were pumped with energy and excitement thinking of our huge circle of friends. Those were the times where we were put under the experimentation of finding our people. Probably that experiment did give results, it did bring us to the tiny circle we exist in now also in which now we find our comfort zone. Not just to stop there;
“All my three friends are busy”, sounds a familiar phase. Rather much relatable on the present days. Is it the days that we have to blame? Or is it the folks who just dissipating from their bonds who also refuse to take the blame? Well…‘bonds’ might sound a little too heavy at this context. Or does it not? It entirely depends on how one perceives that context.
Momentarily let’s kickoff with a lighter feel, rethinking on why would all my three friends get busy? The answer goes utterly simple. It’s just because we’ve turned adults; trying to make a living, trying to make our way out through this world, trying to sustain ourselves while shackled by our deadline and duties.
They say your loved ones will always make time for you no matter how busy they are. But when you, yourself aren’t at a stance to afford enough ‘me time’ there isn’t a point to have such statements in reality. If one has landed with genuine souls, yes then they rightfully know how it feels to sustain a healthy friendship even while dealing with adulthood. And it’s completely not about throwing shade upon ones who haven’t. It’s just that each of our lane runs different. So to personify these genuine souls, it could be a matter starting right from that warm cheerful meet-ups none like other, where it’s just you and your group of closest friends. That contentment one receives upon having their company and a whole round of pure good time. Not to count upon the number of days past the previous meet-up rather living the present moment of each other’s company is something that tops a good friendship while being an adult because honestly, it wouldn’t be our teenage days anymore where one almost had all the time in the world for those hangouts. We do miss it though. So what could be a possible remedy? It would just be those non-judgmental meet-ups in real life. At least we all do deserve those heart warming smiles in real chosen over just a snap sent probably.
We might have shifted apart our childhood friends or maybe we all just fell into different places as we grew. It wasn’t our fault; neither theirs. Also it’s nevertheless too late to find our new small group of friends whom we feel too comfortable with. Sounds an initiation to panic? No! You need not be in a panic attack. Breath out, keep calm. Blind Meet app knows to present you a cherished experience of meeting and finding your genuine souls in an entirely simple and exciting way. It’s always the real life meet-ups that would show up the right personalities. If that sounds accurate then hola! Spread smiles around here yo!