Facebook. In that time, I've mostly spent my time "single", but at times I could've been classified as in a "complicated" state. It's only recently actually that I've been "in a relationship" again. And yet, Facebook doesn't know that... not formally, at least.
through blogging. Honestly, I like (for lack of a better word) having these people as my "friends". I'd be genuinely happy to catch up with any of them. And when one randomly "likes" a post or photo of mine, I like to think they feel the same.
Psychology Today, a friend can be defined as:
- A person attached to another by feelings of affection or personal regard.
- A person whom one knows, likes, and trusts.
- Someone with whom you share mutual knowledge, esteem, affection, and respect, along with a degree of rendering service to in times of need or crisis.
- Desiring what is best for the other person.
- Being able to express sympathy and empathy and being honest with each other.
Twitter, in that sense. Both are public.
perhaps, I should?
P.S. While we're on the topic :) though I do encourage you to "like" with discretion, you'll find more photos from my visit to the Au-delà du street-art exhibition at the Musée de la Poste on my Facebook page.