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Sure, she may just be busy or rude. But it's also possible she's wishing she was somewhere else. If you think that's what's up, take the time to figure out why she's acting this way. Apart from a flagging friendship which happens to everyoneit could be you're wearing her out. Do you go wigh her with all your problems? Then back off a bit. Spreading the love to multiple people will prevent them from feeling burnt out.
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So of course it's totally fine to meet up with a friend who has zero clue what's going on in your life. But if she seems disinterested, or can't remember what you say, it may be worth noting.
Facebook and the like are obviously great ways to keep in contact with people. But take note if your relationships are almost percent onlineaccording to Chaney.
And take an even bigger note if your "friendship" is dwindling to the occasional reaction emoji. Of course it's possible your friend just isn't the chatty type. But does talking to her feel like pulling teeth?
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Ask the person if they want to go to the town festival and walk around together. Make plans for the following weekend. Throughout the week, people may have set schedules, but they are often more open on weekends.
If you typically friene see people in a weekday environment, ask them to do something over the weekend. This gives you morning, afternoon, and night times to work with. Would you want to hit up the shooting range on Friday after work? Method 3. Ask them to go to an upcoming meal. If you are at work or getting out of class around lunch time, ask the person if they want to eat lunch together.
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Transition hant class or a meeting into hanging out. Take advantage of this gap in their schedule. Do you want to come hang out? Get in the habit of inviting people to come along with you wherever you are going.
After a while, they will get used to you asking and eventually they will say yes and join you. I often ask my friend to hang out every three weeks.
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Tk has classes with her, but I don't. Many people have. They had good intentions hamg just didn't realize at the time they were coming on a bit too strong. This is a little related to the first point in that it contains the idea that trying to make friends with people means you're desperate and be a chaser. The underlying belief here is that if you invite someone out, you're not as good as them, that the inviter is lower on the totem pole.
People who have this insecurity think that if someone is likable and worthy that others should be coming to them with invitations. This isn't really true.
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Inviting someone to hang out doesn't automatically mean a person is lame, or that they're pathetically chasing others for some shred of companionship. Again, inviting people out is something we all do. There's no inherent meaning to it. Someone who is lame, whatever that means, could invite someone out.
Someone who's likable could do the exact same thing. Most people who extend invitations are just seen as regular sociable types who are trying to arrange a fun get together.
It's pretty rare that someone gets asked to hang out and thinks, "Oh wow, that guy's so desperate he's lowered himself to inviting me to something?!?
What a loser! The other way this worry breaks down is that often the best events are ones you organize yourself, or with a few friends, and then bring other people on board to make them even better. If the only way we could have social lives was by taking up other people's offers to do something we'd miss out on all those Lookin for a friend to hang with that s it times.
I think this belief has roots in this stereotype of a popular person, maybe someone in high school or college, who is so well-liked that they're constantly having invitations thrown at them, and never have to put any effort into making plans on the weekend.
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They're the ones who throw the big parties everyone wants to go to and whatnot. In the main article I wrote on making plans I mentioned that one way people do it is by asking around to see what their social circle is up to on, say, Friday night, and then getting on board if they hear something they like "Oh, you're going to Greg's party?
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Ironically, this often just perpetuates their problem. There's nothing wrong with not having plans for later in the week. It's not an unusual position at all for someone to be in. Being open about having no plans is something people do all the time. More socially active people don't really think to be ashamed of it.
Their thought process is, i, it's Friday and I didn't think to organize anything yet.
I better see what my friends are up to. There are a few possible ways to address this problem. The first would be to take a social risk and try asking some more casual acquaintances what their plans are, even though it might not work out perfectly.
Another may be to play it safer and try to get to know them a Lookin for a friend to hang with that s it better first, and then take a crack at making plans. A third idea may be to generally try to make other friends if you feel your current acquaintances aren't good prospects for turning into something deeper. This one is more about a simple fear of rejection.
If you invite people out you will get turned down some of the time. If you're arranging a larger activity it's almost a given some people won't be able to come. It's something you have to get used to.
It can sting, but most people find it to be a comparatively easy kind of rejection to get over. It doesn't hurt Lookin for a friend to hang with that s it as badly as being turned down romantically, for example. What's at the heart of this is the idea that if someone turns down your invitation it means they don't like you as a person. Yes, sometimes people decline because they don't think they'd click with you as a friend, but there are other explanations.
Here are some common reasons people turn down plans: They're not up for the activity you suggested. There are a million reasons they may not be feeling it. Like if you invite someone who hates electronic music to a dance club, they probably won't want to go, even if they like you.
If they're more of a 'big group' person, they may only agree to the occasional one-on-one coffee meet up. You have to work with what your friends feel like doing.
Or if you really want to do something, go with whoever is actually interested, rather than feeling everyone should attend. They just don't feel like going out that day. Someone Lookin for a friend to hang with that s it invite them to a fun event, but if they're feeling tired and like having a lazy night they may still not go. They've already made plans with other people, friedn would have been up for it otherwise. They've got other things they have to do, like study for exams or see family who's in town for the weekend.
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The idea may seem interesting, but if it's going to take an hour and a half to get there they may not want to bother. Money is tight and they can't afford to attend. They don't know most of the other people who are going. Sometimes it's fun to meet new people, but sometimes they're not up for the extra effort that requires. They Comstock MI adult personals your company, but not in that situation.
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