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RE: Building Bridges; How Do We Make Valuable Connections in Life?

in #life2 years ago

I am one of the people that costs a world to create relationships in real life. But when I create them they are for life. I have realized that often not only our shyness influences but also our culture, our habits, social conditions, the inculcated from an early age (the most difficult to overcome), etc.

Very interesting your post and today it is very important to be united in this network since with the fall of cryptocurrencies, the interest in staying on these platforms is decreasing.

It is also difficult to know if the comments are made by interest or because the desire to comment is really born. Not long ago I wrote a post about a fiction story and to my surprise, it had many comments. At first, I thought they liked the post. Until I read a comment from a person who explained to me that they commented to me because I had been upvoted by a curator who rewarded those who commented more.

Really, that discouraged me.

In my case, my friend @crypto.piotr recommended this post. And I found the topic of creating relationships interesting, which I find difficult.

If you are innately a shy and introverted person, a good trick might be using someone you know to introduce you around.

Thanks for the tip

I'd like to be part of the community you built

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Dear @jadams2k18

I am one of the people that costs a world to create relationships in real life

i've lost you. What does it mean? that you dont know how to talk to people? how come? I know you long enough to realize how friendly and passionate you are

Until I read a comment from a person who explained to me that they commented to me because I had been upvoted by a curator who rewarded those who commented more.

Well. Ok, so maybe not everyone will "visit" your blog for reasons that you would appreciate. But this person did invest some time to read and comment your work.

Does it really matter that much how do we get traffic to our blogs? After all he may come because of "wrong reasons" but stayed and showed his support. Doesn't it count?

Please don't let yourself to be discouraged easily.

Yours
Piotr

Dear @crypto.piotr, as you said: I'm friendly and passionate. But I'm not an outgoing (extroverted) person.

And you're right:

After all he or she may come because for the "wrong reasons" but stayed and showed his/her support. Doesn't it count?

I had not seen it from that point of view

Thanks for your support