i just laughed so hard
the struggle is real
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Anonymous said: Dear Boggle, welcome back. You've talked about how it's important to like new friends for the humans that they are, not as instruments to prevent loneliness. I'm in a vicious circle where I am losing friends to moves and child-raising, but not meeting new people, because, until I stop being lonely, I feel that I'll just be using people. But as a result I get more isolated. Is there a way to forget that I am lonely long enough to enjoy some people on their own merits? Thank you for your time.
I don’t think you have to stop feeling lonely before you can make new friends! I just think it’s important to take an honest interest in them as people. Remember that how you are making THEM feel is just as important as how they make you feel.
It’s totally okay to want to make friends because you are lonely! And it’s okay if part of why you enjoy talking to someone - anyone! - is because you are tired of being by yourself. You just need to be respectful of the other person’s individuality and comfort! After all, your new friendship is just as much about them as it is about you.
I paused my music for this. Worth it.
When people say “I will never not reblog this” I’ve found my one of those
this is so important
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