Some say strangers are just friends you haven’t met yet. This is true, unless of course, they hate you. In that case, strangers are enemies you haven’t met yet. My point; beware of strangers! So thus the need to know who to properly wina friend, a buddy or amigo.
EXERCISES YOU CAN DO AT HOME
There are a few exercises you can practice at home, alone, to help in making new friends. All that is needed to prepare is: yourself, a pillow, a home, preparation skills, a love for friend-making exercises.
Whilst at home, grab a pillow. If you don’t own a pillow, borrow or buy a pillow (If stores are shut and/or a pillow is not readily available, a rolled up sock will do.)
Set your pillow next to you on your couch. If you don’t own a couch, set the pillow next to you on the floor. Turn on your TV. If you don’t have a TV, turn on your radio or open a newspaper, with your pillow by your side.This is what ‘s commonly known as a “bonding activity”. You and your pillow are on the road to becoming good friends!
CONGRATULATIONS! YOU ARE ON THE ROAD TO MAKING NEW FRIENDS!
With pen and paper in hand, ask your pillow for it’s name and phone number, so you can do a “friendship activity “ at a later date. When your pillow doesn’t respond, be persistent- a name and phone number are essential! For the sake of this exercise, simply make-up a phone number and name, and write in your notebook:
CONGRATULATIONS! YOUARE ON THE ROAD TO MAKING NEW FRIENDS!