For anyone over the age of 30, you are aware of how full life becomes with your career, possibly marriage and/or kids, and other real life adult responsibilities. This often means that time for developing deep, genuine friendships is lacking, and becomes difficult as you get older. So why is it so hard to make friends over the age of 30? Check out this piece from The New York Times – and rest assured that you are not the only one who experiences the difficulty of friendship-building in this stage of life.
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