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What's new New posts Latest activity. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. Why is it difficult to find genuine people these days? Thread starter Trancetronic Start date Mar 15, Status Not open for further replies. Trancetronic Member Mar 15, I've spent most of my life making friends, but as you get older, it seems like both friends and people alike aren't as what they seem.

Always had the luck of running into a lot of people who like to play mind games, start to become two-faced, and overall just non supportive. I'm usually the one who is always try to be there for someone, supportive and there to talk to, give advice, but it just feels like I can never receive that in return.

It begs the question to ask, "What I did do? I guess to come point in case: I'm just tired of mind games people play. No one seems to be genuine anymore in helping you become successful although you pay the favor back towards them. I know life isn't like a 90's drama where everyone is there for you, and I understand that.

But recently it's driven my trust in most people to an all time low, only to watch you suffer through drama of dark day. And before you ask, yes I've learned to not give a damn about other people and focus mainly on myself, but I really can't live that life without at least trying to offer to help someone because it's my nature to , rather than watch other people be miserable.

Solo Member Mar 15, Stop being fake humble. ElectricBlue Banned Mar 15, I don't think this is exactly what you mean, OP, but as I've gotten older I have begun to notice how relationships seem less about who you are and more about what you are.

Your job and how or if you can help a new acquaintance seems much more important than any actual traits you have. I can't exactly put into words what I mean, but it is kind of upsetting. Yeah, you are the only real person. Everyone else is a phoney. Guevara Member Mar 15, It's my belief that anyone who holds a job they don't absolutely love must in some small ways lie every single day.

All this constant lying and networking for work starts to take over your entire life, until life becomes about networking and lying. Apeopleman Member Mar 15, I can't exactly put into words what I mean, but it is kind of. It's like this for relationships, amd make them seem more like a business transaction, rather than a loving commitment.

I have a few holes on my body you could put stuff in, maybe we can work something out" America has become incredibly shallow, and people aren't true blue. John Rabbit Banned Mar 15, Yeah, and no I'm not saying I don't trust "everyone", it's just that expectations on meeting new people are low now, but not for good reason. It isn't intentional, it's just an instinct on how I should act when meeting people. I used to be really open when it came to meeting new people, but now, not so much.

Angry Fork Member Mar 15, Because the world we live in fosters professionalism and political correctness over genuineness so much you lose yourself in the process. You need to be artificial outside. BorkBorkity Borking Mar 15, Seanspeed Banned Mar 15, Did you ever nail that MILF? After birth, you're not entitled to anything but death.

So, after that, you learn to look on the bright side of things. They don't have to help your success, so don't go down the resentment road when your friends are doing better than you are. You're better than that. But if they're not actually friends, you're not beholden to them either. Good friendships don't exactly leave you wondering why you're friends with that person. I have the same friends now for over 20 years, thankfully. We stopped 'letting people in' about 10 years ago and its worked to our benefit.

One thing thats worked well over the years is we expect nothing from one another, we don't lean on each other for financial or emotional support. However if one of my friends needed it, I would be there. I can't speak much for how other people work within their friendships but what we have works for us. FoxSpirit Junior Member Mar 15, I hear you, OP. Also in the past, at work, I was asked if I was responsible, 'Let me think for a second.

What did really happen two weeks ago. But everyone else was always straight out 'wasn't me' so I became the general suspect. Nowadays my first reaction to blame is, 'wasn't me'. Thanks people for forcing me into dishonesty to protect myself. It's really really bad nowadays, the general consensus is 'me first'. I don't care what you are, I only care who you are. Great, now I feel bad. I have a few holes on my body you could put stuff in , maybe we can work something out" America has become incredibly shallow, and people aren't true blue.

ThisWreckage Banned Mar 15, Self interest rules this world. Most people will betray everything and everyone they know if an opportunity arises for them. Zefah Member Mar 15, I can totally relate. It's a big part of why I have only maybe five people whom I'd truly call "friends. JohnDoe Banned Mar 15, Keep being genuine and avoid people who aren't. Believe that there are genuine people out there, stop giving a shit about what people think about you and you will meet genuine people.

DominoKid Member Mar 15, Accept this and use it to your advantage. I blame it for everything because I'm old and bitter. NIghtWolf Member Mar 15, Don't depend on others, be individual. This makes sense to me. How can you be genuine with others when you aren't honest with yourself? Increasingly as I get older I start viewing the world through more of a Marxist lens and I feel like so many of our problems are the result of divorcing work from its product.

People are alienated because their work is alienating and, as we know in the Western world, work is everything. J-Rod Member Mar 15, You're lucky to go through life with 1 true friend. This is interesting and a really good point. You can be a genuinely evil person. Batman Banned Mar 15, Money rules the world, everybody I used to hang out with become addicted to alcohol and obsessed with their jobs and money. I still am friends with them but it's not the same, people change and it's definitely hard to find people to talk to these days.

Work is a real useful way to itemize people by their social class, income, educational background, and utility as a friend, spouse, parent, or leader. It's the first question that comes up in conversation "oh what do you do? I surround myself with a close-knit group of about 30 friends and I would say all of them are some of the most genuine people I know.

No one in my circle cares what you do for a living, how much money you make, what your hobbies are, we are just amazing friends who love doing things together.

The best part is we are able to add people to the mix from other circles pretty easily, it's the bees knees. Currygan at last, for christ's sake Mar 15, Grimsen Member Mar 15, I can't say much, this connection isn't secure.

You're right, there are very few genuine people left. It's the robots, the've t. Wazzim Banned Mar 15,

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I can't exactly put into words what I mean, but it is kind of upsetting. Yeah, you are the only real person. Everyone else is a phoney. Guevara Member Mar 15, It's my belief that anyone who holds a job they don't absolutely love must in some small ways lie every single day.

All this constant lying and networking for work starts to take over your entire life, until life becomes about networking and lying. Apeopleman Member Mar 15, I can't exactly put into words what I mean, but it is kind of.

It's like this for relationships, amd make them seem more like a business transaction, rather than a loving commitment.

I have a few holes on my body you could put stuff in, maybe we can work something out" America has become incredibly shallow, and people aren't true blue. John Rabbit Banned Mar 15, Yeah, and no I'm not saying I don't trust "everyone", it's just that expectations on meeting new people are low now, but not for good reason. It isn't intentional, it's just an instinct on how I should act when meeting people.

I used to be really open when it came to meeting new people, but now, not so much. Angry Fork Member Mar 15, Because the world we live in fosters professionalism and political correctness over genuineness so much you lose yourself in the process.

You need to be artificial outside. BorkBorkity Borking Mar 15, Seanspeed Banned Mar 15, Did you ever nail that MILF? After birth, you're not entitled to anything but death.

So, after that, you learn to look on the bright side of things. They don't have to help your success, so don't go down the resentment road when your friends are doing better than you are. You're better than that. But if they're not actually friends, you're not beholden to them either. Good friendships don't exactly leave you wondering why you're friends with that person. I have the same friends now for over 20 years, thankfully. We stopped 'letting people in' about 10 years ago and its worked to our benefit.

One thing thats worked well over the years is we expect nothing from one another, we don't lean on each other for financial or emotional support.

However if one of my friends needed it, I would be there. I can't speak much for how other people work within their friendships but what we have works for us. FoxSpirit Junior Member Mar 15, I hear you, OP. Also in the past, at work, I was asked if I was responsible, 'Let me think for a second.

What did really happen two weeks ago. But everyone else was always straight out 'wasn't me' so I became the general suspect.

Nowadays my first reaction to blame is, 'wasn't me'. Thanks people for forcing me into dishonesty to protect myself. It's really really bad nowadays, the general consensus is 'me first'. I don't care what you are, I only care who you are. Great, now I feel bad. I have a few holes on my body you could put stuff in , maybe we can work something out" America has become incredibly shallow, and people aren't true blue. ThisWreckage Banned Mar 15, Self interest rules this world.

Most people will betray everything and everyone they know if an opportunity arises for them. Zefah Member Mar 15, I can totally relate. It's a big part of why I have only maybe five people whom I'd truly call "friends. JohnDoe Banned Mar 15, Keep being genuine and avoid people who aren't. Believe that there are genuine people out there, stop giving a shit about what people think about you and you will meet genuine people. DominoKid Member Mar 15, Accept this and use it to your advantage.

I blame it for everything because I'm old and bitter. NIghtWolf Member Mar 15, Don't depend on others, be individual. This makes sense to me. How can you be genuine with others when you aren't honest with yourself?

Increasingly as I get older I start viewing the world through more of a Marxist lens and I feel like so many of our problems are the result of divorcing work from its product. People are alienated because their work is alienating and, as we know in the Western world, work is everything. J-Rod Member Mar 15, You're lucky to go through life with 1 true friend.

This is interesting and a really good point. You can be a genuinely evil person. Batman Banned Mar 15, Money rules the world, everybody I used to hang out with become addicted to alcohol and obsessed with their jobs and money. Genuine people understand that they have so much to learn. They lead by example and have no superiority complex.

Instead of belittling others they would rather try to make them better. Rather than conforming, they carve their own paths. It is better to be original and follow their true passion rather than be a victim of the conventional approach or thoughts.

If they have made a mistake they would openly admit to it. They are not fake but transparent about their standards, principles and who they are. Rather than make you ask if they are hiding something, they are up front with you about their standards. They are able to admit to their failures and accept constructive criticism without allowing letting it damage their self-esteem.

Rather than use their successes or accomplishments as a channel to seek attention, they are already filled with self-awareness and self confidence. They are always glad to tell the world what they know. While others can be easily fooled, they are not. They know when others are full of it. They already have an opinion, yet they want to know what you think. Rather than speaking more than they listen, they ask open ended questions so as to let others share their thoughts.

Portrait of cheerful beautiful fashionable woman in a hat and coat via shutterstock. If you are a man, the chances are slim that you have a tribe of good friends. As men we tend to become isolated. Women, in spite of their natural ability to connect to other women, in our tech age are also losing deep friendships. You may have hundreds of social media friends. But how many of them can you call at 2 AM to help you in a crisis?

I started out in a small Vermont town. Everyone knew you… and your business. There were not many places to hide. I felt secure in knowing others were watching out for me. I can remember years ago living in Phoenix sobbing as I read a Vermont Life magazine article. In that moment I longed for community and close friends. Not having close friends since high school, I created a plan to develop them. We are helping other men start groups and develop deep friendships. The core of what we learned was the ROC formula: Relax, Open and Connect.

They are the first three strategies to generating close friends. There were not many places to hide, and I felt secure in knowing others were watching out for me. We live in a world that continues to run faster with more to do.

Your nervous system starts to habituate to that pace along with all those around you. Once you begin to accept and experience your pace you can start to relax. In relaxing, you may feel anxious. This is a lifelong process. You need to start to see results. Mindfulness is a great tool to speed the development of this skill.

By slowing down, you are more able to do the next skill. Once you begin to accept your body, mind and emotional experiences you have more room to open up to being vulnerable to others. With vulnerability you are real, you are human. Sure, some will not like you.

Once you relax and open, you are ready to reach out to connect to another. If vulnerability is the key, connecting is the door. When you step through your fears to reach out to another while being present and vulnerable, you upped your game.

Shifting from being passive to active by moving forward to connect has you give up some control. Sure you can connect from your hyper-persona, but you know what that will get you. If you want more friends sooner, apply these three steps tomorrow. This is critical to the ROC formula and friendships.

To the extent you feel unsafe your physiology will shift into its survival state. If you feel unsafe, there is a good chance the other person feels unsafe. You can push your way through by denying your physical and emotional feelings. Or you could slow down to allow yourself to feel the lack of safety AS your risk to move forward towards connecting.

A safe space is the fertile soil for friendship. When you slow down to connect to the kinds of friends you want you are more likely to create them. Rather than hoping, you get clear so you can create a plan. If you want friends that enjoy nature, hanging in bars may not be the place to meet them. Joining a hiking club would set you up to meet nature lovers. With clarity comes taking a stand for what you want.

Sure, a good friend is there for another when he or she is not receiving from the other. You know what I mean. When you see his caller ID, you hesitate to pick up. If you fill your life with relationships that suck you dry you will have no room for those that can nourish you.

Start saying what you truly feel and want. Sometimes the truth will set one of these people free. Others speak of having good boundaries. I say fill your boundaries with all of your feelings and wants. Be courageously authentic and the need to work on strong boundaries will be irrelevant.

Those that you would want will be attracted to you. We are attracted to people who have a purpose in life. We read books and see movies about people who stand up for something that puts them at risk. Go for more than finding your passion. Explore what you want to live and die for. The more you enjoy your own company, the more others will. The more you enjoy being by yourself the less you have misplaced needs. We instinctually and biologically, let alone psychologically, need others.

I am speaking about being OK with your own company. We are social animals; we are hungry for connection.

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