If you haven’t already, you should check out the latest Ask Angela column that came out in the Deseret News on Monday.
This lady wrote in and was like, “I don’t have kids and it seems like because of that people don’t want to be my friend.”
The comments section is basically everyone being like “Reach out to other people blah blah blah.” I agree with that, I think it’s always best to focus on the things that you personally can control.
But my new question is this, why do so many people have this question/problem? Do we need some type of cultural adjustment to address it? In a perfect world, would we all naturally and instinctively befriend our neighbor? Is that the answer? Or, because we’re human, will someone always feel left out?
What do you think?
ps. This is also building a pretty lively discussion Facebook, as well. Check it out!