Lisa Davis of PainResource.com asks The Friendship Doctor some questions about chronic pain and friendship.
I am a 25-year-old woman who recently moved and made a new circle of friends. I love all of these girls and they’ve really welcomed me into their group with open arms. Because they’re been a tight-knit group for so long, the four of them have inside jokes and memories they love to talk about, which I was obviously not around for.
I have three people whom I consider my close friends. When we all try to get everyone, it’s like oil and water.
If you are a person who feels even a tinge of circle envy, and there are many reasons why you would, there are still opportunities to forge a sisterhood later in life.
On a recent trip to Mexico, I met a group of inspiring girlfriends who travel together each year. The group’s organizer writes on The Friendship Blog about traveling with friends.
When you feel close to the people at work, work can be a joy. When you like those people enough to take the friendship outside of the office, you are very lucky indeed.