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I hope it’s not too weird, because I don’t even think about wanting or making new friends. As is typical of the best times of my life, I have one close friend and a few other people in my life. Having a group of friends is overrated and has been scientifically linked to several infectious diseases.I've had very little success at making friends so I've considered not trying to look for more friends. Is that weird?
I don't think it makes you weird at all. It makes sense that once our hopes have been dashed enough times, we are hesitant to engage in certain things, like trying to make friends.Is that weird?
Maybe it's not something that you need to definitively decide right now.Well, making friends is too complicated for me, especially with people that are in real life. (Meaning not online.) So I guess I can do OK with my decision. Not making new friends is not a tragedy.
Maybe it's not something that you need to definitively decide right now.