Friendships form via shared context, not shared activities
Jun 7, 2022 ·
In my early attempts to make friends, I tried inviting people with shared interests to activities like sailing or grabbing brunch, but I constantly felt exhausted by the interaction for reasons I couldn’t understand.
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