Probably I liked this video so much because it talks about something that I think it's so important in almost everyone life and still it's underrated: friends.
I'm now 22 and looking for a love partner would be acceptable while just hanging out looking for new friends would be..., again, weird (?) I'm going to study abroad so I guess I'm gonna make new friends. It won't be easy, I'm shy and have social issues. But I don't want to overthink about it right now. I'll deal with this when the time will come.
For hard that it will be, anyway, at least I will be surrounded by people who share for sure one of my interests, we will all study the same thing. I cannot but wonder what I would do in other situations with no university or work mates to bond with. And why it's to difficult to even imaging a similar situation is perfectly explained by a girl in the video, Sophie: I guess the hardest part of making friends is admitting that you want to make new friends because you feel like when you are an adult you should have already have friends and you should have already find your place in the World, but really you don’t know what it’s going on at all and that’s ok.
Having always lived in the same small place, and having always idolizing eternal friendship, in particular with girls, as the ultimate goal, I arrived only in the last couple of years at a conclusion that completely turned upside down my way of thinking. I was rushing to create and consolidated my "girl gang", but I cannot know how things are gonna change, how the others and me are gonna change, not every friendship is meant to last forever but this doesn't mean that it can't be beautiful and meaningful. And mostly, you can never know who is waiting out there and what a new person can give you. If I didn't send a particular email almost three years I wouldn't have found my best friend, someone who I was so clearly meant to meet, who lives almost at the other side of the world. (More on this soon)
What about you? Do you have something special in your life?