Gang Stalking – Off Topic – PostaDay 2011 – How do you decide who to be friends with?

Bonus points: What defines the difference between a good friendship vs. a close one?

I  never really decide to be friends with someone.  It’s a gradual thing.  You meet someone at work, or it could be somewhere else, and start a conversation.  After a while, every time you see that person, you say “hello.”  Those “hellos” turn into conversations.  The conversations lead to discovering things about each.  Maybe you both like the movies, or skating, or you might discover both share some special interest that very few people share.  Not only might you share a special interest, but you seem to get along with each other without being smothered or being phony.  And the connection to friendship begins with neither of you realizing you’re becoming friends.  Pretty soon, you’re friends telling each other things that happen on a day-to-day basis and you don’t even think twice about the connection you’ve made.  You’ve become friends!  And neither of you has decided to become friends; it just happens.

Now you’ve become good friends.  But if your friendship continues and you introduce each other to friends, husbands, relatives and hang out at parties, go shopping together, tell each other your secrets, problems, then a real close relationship develops between the two of you. Two people can only be close if they open up to each other without fear of rejection.  Then it becomes a close friendship.

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