So here's something I've been wondering...
So many ladies on here have mentioned how they have trouble making friends with other mums... That even if they go along to play groups/try to talk to mums at school etc. it never seems to work out. I imagine that's down to both personality & interests.
Imagine if everyone walked around wearing a badge listing their interests... What would catch your eye? What kinds of things would make you think "hey...we might actually have something other than our kids to discuss!"
All I can think of at the moment are:
How about you ladies? What badges would your potential friends wear?
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24-09-2014 19:28 #1
Mummy friends with same interests?
24-09-2014 19:38 #2
That would be awesome!!
-reading & books
-discovering new places
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24-09-2014 19:38 #3
I am shy ...introverted so I have thought of maybe trying to make friends with someone who knows what it's like and feels the same way and knows how hard it can be ....
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24-09-2014 19:47 #4
Thanks for replying @purpleflowers, now that's a good idea. I've got quite the social anxiety going on (in real life), and I think it'd be great if someone knew straight off the bat that you find it he'd to talk to them, not necessarily that you don't WANT to talk to them.
24-09-2014 20:05 #5
Oooh, another for my list
24-09-2014 20:47 #6
24-09-2014 21:14 #7
24-09-2014 21:20 #8
hehe, I'm never sure how people will respond to the op-shopping one. Some people respond with "ohhh, yeah op shopping's great!", and then others, not so much.
I had a friend at high school who thought I was very strange for op shopping. She once said to me, dead-pan, "If you buy second hand clothes, you don't know where they've been. Someone could have DIED in them."
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25-09-2014 20:39 #10
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