Adult firends

Duration: 15min 32sec Views: 1589 Submitted: 15.09.2019
Category: British
All Rights Reserved. It can be a little lonely out here. So it got us wondering: If you can drum up a date in the swipe of a finger, what about friends? Is it possible to make new friends by downloading an app? And if so, what are the best apps for finding friends? Turns out, it is possible to connect online with potential new pals.

Loneliness isn't inevitable – a guide to making new friends as an adult

Ask MR: I’m Scared I Will Never Make New Adult Friends - Repeller

Teenage years are filled with friendships easily made and some easily forgotten , when you are feeling keen, sociable and energetic. Then there are engagements, marriage, relocation, career changes, families: life comes calling with its multiple demands, and friendships evolve as a result. I have been happy to see my friends move through these huge life moments, but as much as I value my friendships, I have found myself lonely at times. According to a recent study by the Red Cross in partnership with Co-op, more than nine million adults in the UK are often or always lonely.

Ask MR: I’m Scared I Will Never Make New Adult Friends

As a kid, friendships happened naturally. It was as easy as being in the same class or playing the same sport. Those childhood bonds formed effortlessly and sometimes lasted years. But as an adult, making new friends is a lot harder. However, studies show that close friendships are important to your happiness and can even extend your life.
Things were so much easier when we were kids, including making friends. Back when saving for retirement and anti-aging creams were in the very distant future, maybe you didn't give much thought to chatting up your peers at the playground. But, now that socializing is probably at the bottom of your long list of priorities, you might be wondering how you'd even make friends as an adult in the first place, or why you should bother. Beyond having a close-knit group of people to vent about your problems with, or to accompany you on your next girls' trip , maintaining human, interpersonal relationships can significantly impact your physical and mental health. According to a report in the Journal of Health and Social Behavior , having strong social ties can boost your immune system and help you to live a longer, more fulfilling life.