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methinks / 04.11.2020

Adult friendships are odd. Not all friendships from your schooling days survive adulthood. As we embark on different trajectories, our perception of ourselves and the world changes. Many at times we deviate in our expectations and outlook and look towards newer friendships to give us that “understanding” we require. And I’m not surprised to find myself befriending more people from my workplace, simply because we relate to each other more. Like having the same complaints about a certain client, or having the same frustrations from doing a repeated...