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What is the difference between popularity and friendship?


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lanablackmoor says

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Jenn (jennshealthstore) says

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    Cristina (Stina Caxe) 3 years ago

    Very true, I can't say I am the most confident person in the world but I have never felt the need for that ego boost that comes with being popular.

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    Cristina (Stina Caxe) 3 years ago

    I can certainly think of many instances where people wanted to be near me or become my friend in order to gain something or meet someone else who I knew.

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    Cristina (Stina Caxe) 3 years ago

    Very true, you can be surrounded by people and still feel completely alone.

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    Cristina (Stina Caxe) 3 years ago

    Don't take it the wrong way, they are not my friends either ;)

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    Cristina (Stina Caxe) 3 years ago

    Good answer! :) I think I am lucky to have some really great friends who stand by me even when I have nothing to give.

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    Cristina (Stina Caxe) 3 years ago

    I think that popularity always scared me. I've always been more comfortable around just my few close friends then with a large group of people I barely know.

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    Cristina (Stina Caxe) 3 years ago

    I think I would probably try to psychoanalyze her. She would make an interesting case study.

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Sinclair Miller III (Miller2232) says

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    Cristina (Stina Caxe) 3 years ago

    Very true... good answer!

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    Cristina (Stina Caxe) 3 years ago

    This is interesting because growing up my best friend was obsessed with popularity. Even now as adults it often feels like she treats most things between her and I like a competition.

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    Cristina (Stina Caxe) 3 years ago

    I remember in high school my best friend was obsessed with being popular. I never understood why she cared. Now that I am older and have studied psychology I think I understand a bit more. Still I'd rather have a few good friends.


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