Having spent the best part of a decade in an office, I’m now working from home. At the same time, the past few years have seen my non-work social group dwindle.Gone are the lunch breaks with colleagues, the conversations by the coffee machine. It’s not that I don’t have friends, but, as we settle down, we see less of one another.I agonise over my profile picture and consider taking a selfie before deciding it’ll look too staged.Scrolling through others’ biographies, I’m struck by the level of detail many go into.
Yes, you have popular girl cliques and the social politics that play out in the lunchroom, but finding people who you have things in common with is a relatively simple process.
The took a closer look at three such sites in particular: Social Jane.com, Girl Friend Circles and Girlfriend Social.
According to its website, Girl Friend Circles is “committed to introducing awesome women and inspiring real friendships.” Girlfriend Social explicitly states that it is a website for “ladies only” who are “looking to make platonic women friendships.” The process works similarly to online dating.
This site has helped me to find love when I thought that all is lost and I would never love again.
We may be millions of miles away from each other but our love for each other has been growing with every passing day. Nsofwa, Thank you for everything dear brothers, you are a wonderful team, perfect support, well organized, and a special thanks to you for helping me to find my one and only love.