When young, we had the time to socialize. As an adult, you need to leverage the little time you have to build a social life and make friends as an adult.
Last week, I went on a 4-day trip with a few friends. We visited two cities and drove quite a bit. I happen to like organizing trips and preparing fun adventures so I ended up organizing the whole thing: timing, hotels, choice of restaurants, transport, I even booked access to a club with an amazing […]
To keep your social life alive, you need to be actively looking for new people. To make it easier for yourself, a few mobile apps can help. The ones I’m about to share wth you are about the “real-life.” I’m not a fan of virtual relationships; I won’t suggest that you to spend more time […]
Today, I wanted to share with you what I think is a problem for many people. They worry that they seem too different from others, and thus not get accepted and liked. If this is your case, please read on… I say, if you’re weird… that’s maybe good news. See, people act, talk, and think […]
Is Loneliness Your Legacy?
Research of 15+ years proved you inherit your loneliness in three ways. If you acknowledge how this works, you can tweak it in a way to unchain yourself from loneliness. Here you go.
Lonely people STAY lonely because they get “fooled” by their emotions. Their emotions tell them that they should go home and hide. That’s the worst thing they can do. I want you to make sure you’re never fooled that way
Could there be a Good Side to the Feeling of Loneliness? Is there a biological “reason” why we feel pain when we’re not connecting with people?
Well, according to recent scientific research,…
Even the popular guys are in trouble. I hear story after story of people who had a wonderful social life… until they left college, or until they moved to a new city. Now, popular people complain about how facebook…
It boils down to a simple choice : whether you are Individual-Focused, or Group-Focused.
This is what I call having “Group Edge”. Basically, you should build or join cliques or groups of friends. And NOT just…
When you’re good friends with someone, you don’t have to think about what you’re getting from vs. what you’re contributing to the other person. But, when you want to form a new friendship, you have to know “what’s going on” in terms of value exchange.