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Even tough we are today living in a world where everybody is virtually connected to everybody, there seems to be a serious issue with people actually succeeding to connect with each other.
The reason why this is happening is quite simple: individuals who have trust issues and who do not love themselves find it difficult to openly express their feelings. And, while social media is full of people who have a great amount of likes and followers, real friendships are becoming more and more rare.
While connecting and making new friends can prove quite exhausting sometimes, it does eventually pay off. In order to find it easier to know new people, make new friends and reconnect with the old ones:
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