Why The Older You Get, The More You Hate Everyone (And Why That`S OK)

True story: I have no more friends. I am on the same page with my family and it seems that my brothers and sisters are my only friends. Outside of them, I do not like anyone.

I used to have a large circle of friends and I could easily make new friends. I was not shy, confident and extremely sociable.

More importantly, I thought these people would stay with me forever. For me, they were more than friends, like non-bloody parents.

However, things have changed dramatically over time. Each of them went and left me broken.

This is the problem of humans: they always disappear. As unpleasant and miserable as it may seem, the truth is that everyone can relate to it.

In the end, the older you get, the harder it is to make new friends. In fact, you realize that you all hate it. Moreover, it’s good!

Because the older you get, the less you want to end bullshit.
When we are young, we do a lot of self-destructive and embarrassing things to find as many new friends as possible. Needless to say, we tend to make bad friends and we do not notice the signs that we are trapped in a poisoned friendship.

As we age, we are less willing to deal with this shit. If a person is not ready to do the work necessary to maintain our friendship, they can leave. If it means losing friends, then go!

Because the older you get, the less you are interested in finding new friends.
As you get older, new friends become one of the last things on your list of priorities. You are not interested in being involved in such games, and you end up recovering from them.

However, that does not mean that you are not a friendly person. You hang out with people and talk to them, but it’s not an option to tell them secrets and be very close.

The older you get, the less you trust people.
At this point you have learned that people are the worst! When you are young, you believe that everyone is a good person and you trust them with all your heart.

Over time, however, you will become aware of the truth and you will realize that people serve themselves and that no one really cares about you. Such painful experiences will open your eyes because you are only getting stronger!

Because the older we get, the less we decide to face someone in front of you.
On the road between the beginning and the end of adulthood, you stop engaging in the opinion of others and you focus on yourself. You stop doing things to please others, and start doing things just to please yourself.

Interestingly, many friendships are over for this particular reason. Once you treat yourself like an idiot, leave.