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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

We all naturally gravitate toward people like ourselves—but what if we widened our inner circle?



5 Types of Friends Everyone Should Have --



quote from the article --

“Yet the problem with defaulting to doppleganger friendships is that shared interests can only take a friendship so far. They can even stop short at companionships of convenience that mask a lack of true intimacy. For intimacy, in fact, has less to do with shared interests and more to do with shared vulnerability, and above all, a commitment to growth. This is where the best friendships thrive—in a mutual commitment.”

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