Developing friendship dating
My age will bother most but it shouldn't, as I'm very mature beyond my age, I'm not after a quickie etc.
I am honest, down to earth and easy to get on with, currently back at uni doing my masters in design. Looking for friendship Been hurt in past looking for friendship if it goes further then who knows love to laugh and enjoy cosy nights in aswell as letting my hair down sometimes need to know anything send me a ...
Whenever you meet people in places such as exhibitions, fruit stalls, vegetable markets, etc you need not take any step to develop friendship but if you are watching a person since longer time you may just smile a person.
When you meet the same person second time then some development of friendship may begin.
It does not mean that you keep on unnecessarily contacting your boss which may irritate.
But on the occasions you can send messages just as you send the messages to your other friends.
Always have a friendly attitude towards the people around you.
Open your thoughts to the people around you but at the same time do not open your personal problems with anyone.
Gradually if you develop friendship then you may ask questions that make you closer to them.
Nobody expects you to introduce yourself to a person whom you meet on the street.
When you meet a person in such places do not get personal initially.
In our society we do not formally greet the person who is around us but in the western countries this practice is common. We can develop this practice slowly because we can develop friends quickly.
When you meet someone in the office, house, meetings or camps in such places where you are working with a group of people, then you can begin your introductory offer.
For me to be all warm and cozy in side as I watching a snow storm.