Some people have no trouble getting to know others. You might even have a friend like that. But not everyone has such an easy time connecting with new people. When trying to find out more about a new acquaintance, you might be tempted to run through a long list of questions. Not much of a film person? Instead of asking random questions, let the conversation guide you, and look for cues from the other person.
A problem some people have when they're trying to make friends is they lose interest in others quickly. The issue may crop up early. They may meet a potential friend by a party, have a good banter and talk about hanging out a bite, then be over the idea after it's time to follow through. The loss of interest can strike afterwards on, but still too soon. A big cheese may meet a new friend after that hang out over month or two, then suddenly grow tired of the relationship. I cover that here:. This article will list of a bouquet of possible reasons you may be losing interest in people faster than you'd like. It will focus arrange friendships, but many of the explanations can also apply to romantic relationships. After that it will offer a few solutions.
By: Mary Elizabeth Dean. Medically Reviewed By: Lauren Fawley. Developing a romantic affiliation over time through friendship can be the source of some of the deepest and longest-lasting connections. Taking the time to acquire a strong foundation upon which you know, care, and understand each erstwhile, lends itself to nurturing a beneficial romance. Ask An Expert.