This series is NOT meant to be your guide as a surefire way to make friends.
MAKING FRIENDS is a series that will continue indefinitely, covering factors that play into account when making friends, and debunking myths regarding the topic, all while providing my own insights based on experiences and my own analysis.
However, before jumping into it, there is one thing I’d like to make clear:
Making friends is a choice, and there’s nothing wrong with having none!
Read these articles with the mindset that you have the intention of making friends. This series won’t cover the topic of filtering out potential friends, because I have another series regarding choosing the right friends and maintaining relationships, which you can check out here.
With all that being said, I hope you enjoy what you’re about to read. Any inputs regarding the topic and/or my writing is much appreciated. Thank you!!!
Although this collection may help you in practice, I would like to mention that I am NOT a credible source. I am a business major with limited knowledge in psychology. These articles are not meat to be of academic standard.
Please do NOT reference from my articles for your professional publishing (even though most of what I say is true in practice, I have no hard evidence on why these methods work)