Do you ever wonder why you meet and connect with the people you meet?

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What draws you to people? Why do we seek out some people to be friends and not others? Is it nature? Nurture? In this current climate where we have limited interactions it makes me wonder what kind of people I’ve missed out on meeting. Maybe I could have met a person who could have become my best friend ever. Maybe the people that I am currently associating with now are the best that I hope to meet. As a freshman moving to a different country in a pandemic I’m sure I’m not alone in these thoughts. Television series based on teenage or young adult life show is that when you meet people, they are your friends, your group, rude or die. That is certainly not the case, friendship I would say is one of the more complicated relationships in life, they are the family that you can choose… so choose well

I am very introverted and getting better at social interactions has always been one of the things I want to achieve

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I have always loved writing though it’s something I mostly do for myself but I figured that I could use my writing as a channel to share my experiences and find a way to be more vulnerable and connect with others. I guess this blog is about to be a diary-type thing where you get to see into my head and heart and if I’m being honest, that’s my favorite kind of writing to do.

Losing connection is too easy nowadays when almost every avenue for in person interaction is closed off

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It’s not as easy to just grab a bite to eat with someone when every outside interaction comes with the specter of covid infection. This also closes off a lot of ways to create new friends. I recently have gotten back into a card game that could offer me new avenues of creating friendships, but the venues for meeting to play are dens of covid disregard. Social media is a tentative way to connect but it rarely offers the kind of comfort that seeing people in person creates. I have never been the type of person to create online friendships with strangers from across the globe. My parents were all too effective at instilling “stranger danger” type fear over chatrooms into me as a child. I am also a person who is just afraid of posting anything too personal online. That is part of the therapeutic (hopefully) quality of this blog, to offer a more honest (although technically anonymous) space for myself. I hope also that talking through these things, if you know me or not, will be in some way relatable to you, reader. We live in lonely times, and it’s easy to feel disconnected but we all have a lot more in common than we usually think.

How To Connect With Other Bloggers

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As a blogger, you can feel quite lonely when you don’t have anyone to talk to about blogging or social media, especially during instances when you need help and don’t know who or how to approach another blogger.

I don’t know other bloggers in real life unless they are blogging secretively like me and I know so many bloggers who feel shy or awkward to make the first move. In today’s post, I want to share with you 5 ways to connect with other bloggers or make blogging friends. As always, if you’re interested – keep on reading!

En tant que blogueur, vous pouvez vous sentir très seul lorsque vous n’avez personne à qui parler de blogs ou de médias sociaux, en particulier lorsque vous avez besoin d’aide et que vous ne savez pas qui ou comment contacter un autre blogueur.

Je ne connais pas d’autres blogueurs dans la vraie…

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