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Posted on by MICHELE ANDREANO

Ride or Die

Who are your ride or die homies? The ones who have been there for you through thick and thin?

Honestly, making friends as an adult can be hard. We all have responsibilities, we all have work and we all have our own emotional situations. To make it plain and simple, we are busy. We are trying to maintain a good life will making it sociable as well.

Growing up I always wanted to have the most friends. I wanted to be popular. In hindsight, I think we all want this. We want to feel cool, desired, we want to have fun. Because of this I felt like I always compared myself. Why did some people have so many friends? Why did other people seem so popular? Did I need to start acting like them to feel cool as well?

Being an adult now, [MOST OF] us are tired with the drama and being petty when it comes to our relationships. We want friends. We want people to see us and enjoy being around us. We want community. But, it can be hard to find that. 

Social media seems really cool and can out off a wrong image, because at the end of the day we're all here together and we're all doing the same things for the same purpose: we want to be happy. I have beat myself up over and over from trying to get the approval from some people. Not even approval, but an enjoyment from people I look up to wanting to be my friend. I really had to work on this and channel my energy into something else.

So here is my advice, and what has helped me... if you want it. 

Invest in your current relationships and live your damn life!

Let me say it again but elaborate—

Invest in your current relationships. I remember someone telling me one time, "Isn't it crazy we haven't met half of our best friends in life yet?" I was 23 at the time and honestly that question made me sick. I think it was because I was afraid of the future but at the same time I knew I already had people in my life I deemed as best friends. Because of that feeling, I started living my life with them and investing in them. Most of your (if not all) friends you are close to are only close to you because you have lived life with them. You have hung out together, went to places together, traveled together, cried together, laughed together, wanted to beat each other up—the list goes on. 

My point is, my ride or dies are my ride or dies because we have rode and died together through thick and thin. Relationships are built, not randomly found. 

So, who would you say are your ride and dies today? Half of mine aren't even in the city I am in, but if I saw them today I would probably cry and go right back to where we left off.

Call a friend today. Tell someone you love them. Make a group message. 

These are weird times but truly we can get through it with the help of are close friends.

Ride or Die

Who are your ride or die homies? The ones who have been there for you through thick and thin?

Honestly, making friends as an adult can be hard. We all have responsibilities, we all have work and we all have our own emotional situations. To make it plain and simple, we are busy. We are trying to maintain a good life will making it sociable as well.

Growing up I always wanted to have the most friends. I wanted to be popular. In hindsight, I think we all want this. We want to feel cool, desired, we want to have fun. Because of this I felt like I always compared myself. Why did some people have so many friends? Why did other people seem so popular? Did I need to start acting like them to feel cool as well?

Being an adult now, [MOST OF] us are tired with the drama and being petty when it comes to our relationships. We want friends. We want people to see us and enjoy being around us. We want community. But, it can be hard to find that. 

Social media seems really cool and can out off a wrong image, because at the end of the day we're all here together and we're all doing the same things for the same purpose: we want to be happy. I have beat myself up over and over from trying to get the approval from some people. Not even approval, but an enjoyment from people I look up to wanting to be my friend. I really had to work on this and channel my energy into something else.

So here is my advice, and what has helped me... if you want it. 

Invest in your current relationships and live your damn life!

Let me say it again but elaborate—

Invest in your current relationships. I remember someone telling me one time, "Isn't it crazy we haven't met half of our best friends in life yet?" I was 23 at the time and honestly that question made me sick. I think it was because I was afraid of the future but at the same time I knew I already had people in my life I deemed as best friends. Because of that feeling, I started living my life with them and investing in them. Most of your (if not all) friends you are close to are only close to you because you have lived life with them. You have hung out together, went to places together, traveled together, cried together, laughed together, wanted to beat each other up—the list goes on. 

My point is, my ride or dies are my ride or dies because we have rode and died together through thick and thin. Relationships are built, not randomly found. 

So, who would you say are your ride and dies today? Half of mine aren't even in the city I am in, but if I saw them today I would probably cry and go right back to where we left off.

Call a friend today. Tell someone you love them. Make a group message. 

These are weird times but truly we can get through it with the help of are close friends.

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