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RE: I have no friends in my everyday life
I have grown apart from the majority of the friends that I made while going to grade school and college. I still have a handful that I see semi-regularly. I've changed a lot over the past few years, and now these last five or so friends are no longer a great fit with me. However, they are not bad people or negative influences on my life. They can just be a bit naive and closed minded. I'm in my mid 20's for context.

I've resisted the idea of cutting these friends out of my life. Recently, I realized the reason. When these relationships formed, we were in school and were not focused on making money. We saw getting girls as an individual pursuit.

So we didn't focus on making friends that could help us make money, get girls, or provide value in some other way. We just enjoyed each others' company. That lack of transactional thinking allowed our friendships to have a certain purity to them.

I have met a lot of new people since I graduated from college (especially since I started traveling). Some of them I would primarily call friends and some I see more as business contacts - or providing value in some other specific way. Most are in the middle of the spectrum. The line is constantly blurred.

Embarking on a journey of self improvement to maximize my success in business and with girls has been a great decision for me. A large part of it has been surrounding myself with people that are a positive influence on these pursuits. And I enjoy spending time with many of the new people in my life, even the ones that lean more toward the business contact side of the spectrum.

But I don't want to throw away these friendships from my formative years. Even if we only meet six times a year, it means a lot to maintain a few connections like that - connections that I may never be able to fully duplicate.
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02-05-2019 05:24 AM
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RE: I have no friends in my everyday life
(01-13-2018 02:18 PM)Teep Wrote:  
(01-13-2018 01:22 PM)3extra Wrote:  Gary Vaynerchuk produces videos called "A Day in the Life of Gary Vaynerchuk" and uploads them onto the internet.

Christ. It really must be lonely "at the top".

(((Gary Vee))) likes to meme a lot about hard work. The fact is he inherited a very successful wine business from his family. His accomplishments are suspect imo.

Is that true? His story is he inherited a struggling liqour store and TURNED it into a successful wine business.
03-19-2019 06:17 AM
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RE: I have no friends in my everyday life
Ah this thread again.

I posted back on Feb 1. Its been 6 weeks. Man things have gotten so much better.

Ive got three regular chicks in the rotation. With two morr that are second stringers and I can put them into the game if a regular is busy. One of then is a petite 18yo spinner that calls me daddy and is practically my sex slave.

I dropped a toxic chick and the fallout cause a bit of damage to my social circle, but im still expanding it.

Now people are actively inviting me out or hanging out at my apartment. Its actually kind of annoying at times because its taking up a lot of time I want to dedicate to business, but I see it as a healthy time sink.

Got a buddy in Medellin that wants me to come down and visit for a couplr weeks.

Man what a change in lifestyle in six weeks. You can do it, you just gotta put in the effort and get outside your comfort zone.

Never cross streams.
03-19-2019 07:24 AM
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I made an effort to build up a lot of solid redpill male friends in my 30s, even after having kids, but many of them have died. Many disappeared when I got sick (which of course means, they were never friends to start with). Shit.

Truthfully I'd rather spend time with my kids right now. We've built our family on the concept of multi-generations. That's the reality anyway. The old days when kids could split at 18 and "make their own way" is gone. Most kids are living with their folks well past college...no choice in the matter. I'd rather spend time playing with grandkids.

I have 2 very old guy friends, from childhood, who are almost like brothers actually. We already have made plans to be old dudes drinking whisky and smoking cigars on camping trips.

And, I could easily live alone in the forest in a cabin and never see anybody. Do chainsaw carvings or pan gold.
03-21-2019 12:54 PM
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Came here to vent. I have been messaging people that I regard as friends to organise footy tipping leagues, try to keep in touch, ask them to come out to a bar for a drink, catch up for a coffee, join me a sporting match, have a short conversation via text.

Some people don't even reply? Others just say thanks but they're busy, but keep me in mind and ask again in future (haha what?).

I have been pouring out energy to keep in touch and maintain friendships but it doesn't seem to be getting returned?
I don't want to live like this! So what's the solution?

I work around 55-60 hours a week and have each weekend off. I try to spend it with people but most weekends I sepnd on my own.
I'm sending out messages on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday trying to reach out and set things up for the weekend but get knocked back and end up having not much on or staying in?
03-28-2019 07:31 AM
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RE: I have no friends in my everyday life
(03-28-2019 07:31 AM)Mig Picante Wrote:  Came here to vent. I have been messaging people that I regard as friends to organise footy tipping leagues, try to keep in touch, ask them to come out to a bar for a drink, catch up for a coffee, join me a sporting match, have a short conversation via text.

Some people don't even reply? Others just say thanks but they're busy, but keep me in mind and ask again in future (haha what?).

I have been pouring out energy to keep in touch and maintain friendships but it doesn't seem to be getting returned?
I don't want to live like this! So what's the solution?

I work around 55-60 hours a week and have each weekend off. I try to spend it with people but most weekends I sepnd on my own.
I'm sending out messages on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday trying to reach out and set things up for the weekend but get knocked back and end up having not much on or staying in?

If you regard them as friends you should be comfortable giving them a 60 second phone call to say hi and ask for a commitment. It shows genuine intent on your part. Texting/emailing is a horrible, soulless form of communication, and when someone doesn't respond, you never really know why. People can honestly forget to respond, or they may just be taking the extremely passive route of saying "no thanks."

If they never return your calls, they aren't really your friends.
03-28-2019 07:46 AM
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Good perspective that’s a reasonable strategy, thanks!
I’ll call up a couple this weekend. Seems like a good litmus test.
03-28-2019 08:49 AM
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I think there is a lot of value in sending direct, individualized communication to people you'd like to connect with on a personal level, regardless of whether you have met them before.

If you look at the Meetups forum, half the threads are a graveyard of failed,lazy, last-minute plans that look like this:

"I'll be in ____ between ____ and _____, let me know if you want to meet up."

I admit I've been guilty of this many times myself. It should be pretty obvious why this approach sucks ass.

1. Who the fuck are you? Why would even the most curious and least busy members of the forum feel compelled to invest any time "meeting up?" What do you bring to the table?

2. Do you have any plans for what you actually want to do? Why do you want to do them?

3. You waited until 48 hours (or often less) before posting your meetup, which makes you seem non-committal and lazy. Why are you waiting for someone else to contact you and then iron out all the details of the meet?

Even if you managed to succeed in meeting up with new people, there is a high-probability they are low-value and or flaky. Instead, a much better strategy is to hand pick the people you want to meet.

If you are visiting a new city or even looking to connect with other people in your own area, do some research of people you'd like to meet. Hit them with a PM.

-Explain about how you found out about them and why you'd like to meet them.
-Share a little bit about yourself (age? basic hobbies? etc.).
-Offer a specific date and time

I've used this (and people have used it on me) on RVF, reddit, and in real life. I respond 95%+ of the time, unless the person PMing is trying to sell me something or is incredibly lazy:

No-name, 2-post, no profile, random RVF dude:

"yo i'm in manhattan for three days let me know if your down to daygame this weekend."

Hell no I'm not.

But if this person took 2 minutes to add a little more detail, I'd certainly respond, and would try to provide recommendations on achieving his meetup goals if I was not able or interested in meeting up myself.

I think the strategies in this article are great for deepening connections you make with people you meet in real life. Even if you are boring as fuck and bring little social value to the table, most men one would perceive as worth knowing are good souls and would look to help a brother out.

It's tough out there, but it is important to be proactive and be willing to get rejected.
04-09-2019 12:50 PM
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RE: I have no friends in my everyday life
(04-09-2019 12:50 PM)Eddie Winslow Wrote:  I think there is a lot of value in sending direct, individualized communication to people you'd like to connect with on a personal level, regardless of whether you have met them before.

If you look at the Meetups forum, half the threads are a graveyard of failed,lazy, last-minute plans that look like this:

"I'll be in ____ between ____ and _____, let me know if you want to meet up."

I admit I've been guilty of this many times myself. It should be pretty obvious why this approach sucks ass.

1. Who the fuck are you? Why would even the most curious and least busy members of the forum feel compelled to invest any time "meeting up?" What do you bring to the table?

2. Do you have any plans for what you actually want to do? Why do you want to do them?

3. You waited until 48 hours (or often less) before posting your meetup, which makes you seem non-committal and lazy. Why are you waiting for someone else to contact you and then iron out all the details of the meet?

Even if you managed to succeed in meeting up with new people, there is a high-probability they are low-value and or flaky. Instead, a much better strategy is to hand pick the people you want to meet.

If you are visiting a new city or even looking to connect with other people in your own area, do some research of people you'd like to meet. Hit them with a PM.

-Explain about how you found out about them and why you'd like to meet them.
-Share a little bit about yourself (age? basic hobbies? etc.).
-Offer a specific date and time

I've used this (and people have used it on me) on RVF, reddit, and in real life. I respond 95%+ of the time, unless the person PMing is trying to sell me something or is incredibly lazy:

No-name, 2-post, no profile, random RVF dude:

"yo i'm in manhattan for three days let me know if your down to daygame this weekend."

Hell no I'm not.

But if this person took 2 minutes to add a little more detail, I'd certainly respond, and would try to provide recommendations on achieving his meetup goals if I was not able or interested in meeting up myself.

I think the strategies in this article are great for deepening connections you make with people you meet in real life. Even if you are boring as fuck and bring little social value to the table, most men one would perceive as worth knowing are good souls and would look to help a brother out.

It's tough out there, but it is important to be proactive and be willing to get rejected.

Good points in there, but also keep in mind many posters try to keep their location rather anonymous. I've managed to link up with other meetups and also arrange one or two myself, but recently when I was in a major American city (NOLA), I thought I gave a very solid open invitation, low key, stress free invite to chill get a beer coffee etc... and followed it up again a month or two later, with no avail. That said, it's entirely possible no one was around in NOLA. Or maybe I smell funny and word has gotten around RVF.
04-17-2019 03:23 PM
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RE: I have no friends in my everyday life
In order to make close friends you need to establish trust, and put in effort to help them out when you can. If they start to do the same in response, then a close friendship is spawning. Examples would be giving them a lift, help carry stuff, listen to some issues they're going through, and talk about some issues affecting you. If you make them feel a bit special, then they may try to do the same for you. But also they may not, and so a close friendship isn't meant to be.

A borrower nor a lender be. Be considerate, but always keep in mind that when you do someone a favor, its just that. You're helping them out with no guarantee of reciprocation. If I buy something for you, it was a gift. You can pay me back if you want, but I'll never lose sleep over the money that was spent. I just wanted to do it for you. Thats my mindset for friends. I'll help them move their house, but when they aren't available to help me move I don't fret it. It hurts when you see the potential for friendship but aren't a priority to them... but thats ok. You'd just be disappointed with their forced efforts to reciprocate anyway. If I'm being honest, half the reason I like my friends is because they like ME.
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RE: I have no friends in my everyday life
It’s hard finding quality people to be friends with. Don’t be afraid to approach guys if something tips you off that you have similar interest. It’s sounds pretty gay but I approached this guy at the gym because he was wearing a shirt of a band I like. We talked about music for a bit and then I got his number and agreed to kick it sometime. We met up at a bar and shot the shit for a while, after talking with him I deduced that he is someone I could probably be friends with because he isn’t a loser, isn’t a shitlib, cares about working out, is moving ahead in life, etc. basically someone that would lift me up and not weigh me down if we spent a lot of time together. It’s something I would’ve done with a chick, minus the escalation/physical aspect.

The people you spend time with affect you in more ways than you realize and finding friends is almost like dating in a way, there has to a mutual exchange of value. Humans are social creatures and we need friends but you have to suss people out to determine if they are worth your time. Life is too short to spend time with losers or people who don’t care
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RE: I have no friends in my everyday life
As if I found myself becoming more and more Red-pilled, It became harder and harder to find friends. At this point have resigned myself to the fact that I'm not going to find that many red pill friends in real life. The best thing you can do at this point Is to find people with common interests-- that's always the best way to meet people. It does help to have interests that cover the whole spectrum. That way people get something out of being friends with you. I don't care if it's travel,Sports,Other hobbies, Drinking, or even women.
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(07-02-2019 12:50 PM)BlastbeatCasanova Wrote:  It’s hard finding quality people to be friends with. Don’t be afraid to approach guys if something tips you off that you have similar interest. It’s sounds pretty gay

No, it doesn't sound gay at all.

In fact I don't know what is this obsession in younger men with being afraid to appear gay.
First off, why the fuck would you care what anybody thinks of you ?
Secondly, are you really so insecure in your sexuality ?

If you are straight it's not even something you know consciously, it's just something you are.
Someone calling you gay should sound so ridiculous it shouldn't even register on your radar, muss less you taking this "insult" seriously enough to consider replying to it.

The f is wrong with you people .. of course you end up alone if you think like that (not replying specifically to you BC).
It's okay to go talk to other men.
Like it's okay to find out that 99% will not share your views enough to ever make good friends.
This is just normal.
07-03-2019 08:13 AM
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I didn't know Gary V was part of the tribe. Damn, he had some good videos and great talks. Though I never did take what he said at face value.
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(06-13-2017 12:17 PM)Cattle Rustler Wrote:  Some of my HS buddies are still in a tight knight group...but they all work retail jobs, live with their parents, drive sub-prime loan sports cars, end up with ham beasts, or kids.

They still go on weekend trips to Colorado/Padre Island, play soccer, and hang out together tho.

This is something that happened to me.

But to an even stronger degree.

More than 7 years ago I escaped the rat race and moved to East-Europe. Sometimes I try to reconnect (by Facebook) with college, highschool and even childhood friends. In almost every cases, they ignore my contact attempt.
In many cases, not even a reply.

Then of course I see that they still live in the same town, have an ugly girlfriend and basically never got out of their comfort zone. Meanwhile I have travel photos from all around the world with pretty girls.

My guess is they dont even want to acknowledge that my reality exist. Because that would be too painful and depressing for them.
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RE: I have no friends in my everyday life
You're not missing out on anything.

Basically, friends only serve to speak ill of you in your absence.
07-13-2019 06:10 PM
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Organise a tribe, join gym, social club or church. Find like minded men in your area.
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I think friendship circles are reliant on a sort of social attention currency. You pay in, by giving your attention to others and are rewarded with reciprocal companionship. However, as you take on responsibility for your life, it gets harder and harder to find the time/motivation to pay in your attention chips. For example, maybe a group of friends meets at a bar every Friday, and because of work you get tied away for a couple months. Generally, when you return, things just aren't the same anymore. You haven't paid your value to the group and you've missed out on all the in gossip and current events; you quickly get side lined if you're not seen to be making an effort.

Large friend circles are such a time sink, that I feel they're only really feasible in school/college or retirement. Or if you take on a career which asks very little of your time and likely doesn't pay you much money.

Best to keep a few like minded friends who get the game, even if it means travelling a couple times a year to hang out etc.
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(06-13-2017 11:51 AM)RexImperator Wrote:  I was just thinking about this and I realized it's technically true. I have a few close friends from high school and college, etc. but they've all moved far away or we've drifted apart. Yes they're still friends, but we haven't talked in years. As far as everyday life, I just have acquaintances, professional relationships, and family.

Anyone else feel this way?

I've been there!

Join some groups / play sports.

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RE: I have no friends in my everyday life
I have noticed one thing.

Last few years I have been bitching about loneliness and not feeling having enough friends. At this moment, when you are "down", you feel sorry for yourself and think about some group of friends that you hang out with.
BUT. Everytime I am for example hanging in the city center, there are a lot of groups of friends. I always look at these people and rather than attracted to idea of being a member of such group, I feel disgusted. Bunch of chubby boring guys, who gave up on their lifes and are trying to be fun once a week, when they get leave from their fat ugly girlfriend.
I´m not joining this club of desperation.

Even though it´s probably unreal to find someone with same mindset in all area as I have, I´ve filtred guys, who are aspiring in certain areas, or seem to be promising. I can even think about guys, who are the same age as I am and I look up to them.
Yes, these are people, that I don´t meet on regular basis, because we do stuff and live in different places, but it´s always enriching to meet them.

When I was 20, I could get on with whoever, but as I am closing 30, people have divided between ambitious people (this doesn´t have to be just career) and lazy drunks, who got stuck at their 20. It´s clear what people to choose, even though nobody is the same as I am and we have different approach to many things.

I was thinking about making a list of people I value/want to stay in touch with and actually making a schedule, that will make me contact them on regular basis. Having just a little interest about their life can be huge catalyst.
07-27-2019 01:25 PM
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I've come to believe that certain things have to happen at specific life-stages otherwise you're pretty much f*cked. What tends to happen is you make friends as children or as young bachelors. Then you settle down and your social circle tends to shrink down around your immediate family and the other surrounding neighbors (families of the friends of your kids). When you enter that family mode, you might have buddies at work, but only for as long as your job lasts.

That pattern gets disrupted if you don't follow that particular track, like it was for me when I got a divorce and became Mr. Mom. The entire guy's night out thing breaks down when you're stuck at home taking care of a toddler. But you can see how there are these cliques, the bachelor clique and the soccer mom clique and never the twain shall meet.

I used to have a lot of people I knew from work but when I moved coast to coast I had to start over again and it never really happened. My current job has so few employees that I occasionally hang out with only one guy. Now he has a steady girlfriend so he doesn't have as much time on the weekends anymore.

I've got plenty of acquaintances online, people with common interests, but they are either long-distance or I'm not emotionally close enough to ask to hang with them.
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RE: I have no friends in my everyday life
(06-13-2017 11:51 AM)RexImperator Wrote:  I was just thinking about this and I realized it's technically true. I have a few close friends from high school and college, etc. but they've all moved far away or we've drifted apart. Yes they're still friends, but we haven't talked in years. As far as everyday life, I just have acquaintances, professional relationships, and family.

Anyone else feel this way?

Welcome to being an older guy. The only solution is to reconnect with friends from HS and college. You'll find a few solid men there. The worst part is that people start to die off. That's when you realize how old you are.
07-28-2019 01:35 AM
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(07-27-2019 01:25 PM)tomzestatlu Wrote:  I always look at these people and rather than attracted to idea of being a member of such group, I feel disgusted. Bunch of chubby boring guys, who gave up on their lifes and are trying to be fun once a week, when they get leave from their fat ugly girlfriend.
I´m not joining this club of desperation.

Sounds like a bunch of judgement and projection. Perhaps they are with that group because they are fun, outgoing, nice, etc. Many people overcompensate for their weight by being overly friendly and going out of their way for others which is great social currency even if from a mindset of desperation.

It's just like approaching women. People assume they are taken, bitchy, slutty, whatever and because of this never approach even if that woman is seeking and a sweetheart.

Don't be so quick to judge and be willing to accept people who might not have their life together completely can be happy and be happy for them. Who knows those aspects of them might even rub off.
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RE: I have no friends in my everyday life
South East asia is the hardest to build friendship with local males. I found them dull and difficult to connect with.
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Anyone bored on the weekends? Seems like there's nothing to do w/o friends
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