I moved to SC a year and half ago, and I met some really nice girls who have kids. They have been a great help while I was pregnant and when we travel they watch my hosue and dog. But, lately I really feel like I'm forcing friendships. I realized just how little I really have in common with them, and I just don't really feel like it's clicking. I think I've made friendships as a matter of circumstance, they all have kids, are home during the day, and we live near each other, not to mention our husbands are all Marines. But, I feel like it's becoming mroe and more forced. Maybe I'm just comparing to my friends I had in California or the ones from my homestate.
I'm sure all of them feel the same as I do to an extent, I'm sure none of them think we'll ever continure a friendship once someone moves. Should I continue this? Slowly find new friends? Or quit cold turkey?
Asked by Anonymous at 2:34 PM on Jun. 10, 2010 in Relationships
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