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It's undeniable that this may be true for some, but Williams seems to ignore another key factor here: As people couple and marry and have children, thereby defining and narrowing their personal networks out of necessity (there's just not time for everything), there are singles who do perfectly well maintaining their own support networks of friendships, because those friendships have become their own "families" so to speak.
Having difficulty making friends isn't an age thing, it's a matter of life situation.
The boyfriend of her friend seemed a little shy and seemed not to want to be there, and his advice was bland but fine. Lather on the praise to the point of suffocation and chances are most people are left too breathless to wonder what it really says about the one doing the praising. But I do blame the gullible women in the audience for buying the snake oil, and especially his then-girlfriend -- a 'dating coach," remember?
They are more likely than married people to spend time with friends and neighbors, more likely to volunteer in civic organizations, and more likely to go out at night and spend time in bars, restaurants, cafes, and other public places where strangers meet." One key to friendship at any age is to find people who like to do similar things and who have similar values and circumstances, which is why adults with children often pair up with adults who also have kids, and why thirty- and fortysomethings who are career-minded but childless and unmarried might find close friendships with people who are in their twenties and similarly single, kid-free, and ambitious.I wasn't harsh or negative, but I shared my opinions frankly. The guy the hostess was dating at the time was ripped from the pages of "Sensitive Over 50 Guys in the 21st Century." He was fawning, gushing, practically springing leaks -- all his advice and anecdotes were sandwiched between ravings about how wonderful his girlfriend (the hostess) was. It was such an over-the-top performance that I was genuinely physically uncomfortable each time he spoke. I interviewed a lot of single people who travel with other singles and develop important relationships that way.Others made close friends hanging out after yoga classes or pick-up basketball games, while the married people rushed home to be with their families.