I have always been the person who doesn’t share much with the people around me and this wasn’t a comment on who I was surrounded by but who I am as a person. But, recently, I have started seeing what sharing reaps through people around me. The way they have formed deep strong connections and I don’t have any because of the lack of my ability to share. I feel like that train is long gone now because of age and the fact that deeper friendships require the investment of time.
Am I seeing this in the wrong light? What are your thoughts on missing out on friendship in life?
FaLlen Soul @fallensoulll
don’t think so , just need the right person who can vibe with you .
A person who is less talkative, always an interesting person…
I have lots of friends and I form life long bond quite quickly, so if you ask from my experience, its more about the bonding and vulnerability you carry your conversation with, just be you. Not everyone might like you and don’t be in habit of making everyone your friends, just talk to people, make few jokes, tell few personal thing and discuss their like and opinion about topics that matter to both of you.
It takes not much time to get good friends but life long friendship do take a lot of investment, vulnerability, vibes and efforts from both the end, not just your end.
It’s never too late! I understand not liking to share so much with others but maybe try bonding with someone by just sharing small things about your life, nothing too deep. Friendships are formed through sharing experiences together and being there for each other so I know that you can still form some great ones