While Europe contains a wide variety of social traditions, it is also (excluding Russia) relatively compact, well-traveled and urbanized compared to many other continents or cultural areas.
Friendship Making - How to make friends - How to meet people - How to hang out with people Loner Experiences - Facebook depressing - Everyone else is busy - Slow responses to texts - "I have no friends" - Indicators of social rejection - Depressed by old pictures - People don't initiate contact - Having no social circle - Fat people with no friends - Never invited places - Lonely people who stop trying - Aging and friendlessness - Fears and problems - Rejection by flaking - Dating: men vs.
It's time that social media starts following the real life rules of common courtesy.
Turn to granny and say, “Grandmother, I’d like you to meet my roommate, Susie Foster.” Then turn to Susie and say, “Susie, this is my grandmother, Mrs.
Duran.” Here is the order of introduction for a variety of scenarios: FIRST: Your grandparents, parents, or anyone older than you… THEN: A man FIRST: Someone with a title: Senator, Mayor, Judge, Colonel, nobility, Bishop, Reverend, Professor, Doctor; anyone senior in rank to you (boss, CEO)….
Even the regions of Europe do not have common manners.
For example, a Dane will prefer direct speech while a Finn will tend to prevaricate.
It all boils down to speaking to the person you wish to honor first.
For example, you’d like to introduce your college roommate to your grandmother.
They also initiate contact, show enthusiasm, and put effort into their texts. You need to do three things: Many loners being ignored will get so frustrated that they, out of anger and/or desperation, will send a subsequent text message that requests a reply to the previous one. They are busy with their social lives, and you should be too.