Finding ‘your people’


Just a quick one, but still important.

There’s nothing that destroys your soul quicker than hanging out with the wrong people; people who you can’t be yourself around, people you don’t respect, people who bore you or intimidate you. When you find like-minded souls, don’t run from them because its easier to stick with the people you already hang out with. Grab onto them; they are your life raft in a sea of bullshit.

Now click here. (I don’t agree that you should only be friends with people if they push you closer to your goals cuz that’s just using them, and doesn’t take into account whether the other person needs you. Too much of that about these days.But this article has some good points).

Now go and embrace all those people who make you happy that you’ve neglected because you’re stuck in a friendship group they’re not in! Fuck that cliquey shit.


5 thoughts on “Finding ‘your people’

  1. Yes, that is so, so important! I remeber going to college with a load of scallies who ignored the fact that one of the guys was constantly verbally abusing & bullying me. I’ve since been to college twice and found fantastic, fun people. However I remembera time after that when I thought I belong to a close group at work & suggesting we should all go for a drink in the bar next door a few times – only to realise they’d be doing it for 6 months without me and finding my naivety and “total neediness” hilarious. If you have to really try, they aren’t your kind of people.

    1. That’s very true, it can be painful to learn these lessons, but at the end of the day, when you’ve found the right people to hang around with, you’ll know!

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