Looking for Common Interests

Any of us can feel lonely at times in our lives: for example moving to a new city, graduating from school, changing jobs, losing someone we love, or having a disability.

Being a friend can help through hard times.  Friends help us focus on other people and share time in meaningful ways. 

There are many adults with and without disabilities in the DFW area that are looking for new friends. People who have the same interests as you: camping, bowling, dining, cooking, traveling, gaming, anything you can think of. 

How much time does it take to make a true friend?  That depends on the people. First people need to meet.

 

Are you interested in creating more friendships?  Click on the image above and answer a few questions.

Are you interested in creating more friendships?  Click on the image above and answer a few questions.

Donna Almeida. LPC - Donna is a partner of CPSH and provides services and training for people with with and without special needs.  Her specialities include help people with and without disabilities develop friendships.  CLick on the picture to go to Donna's website.

Donna Almeida. LPC - Donna is a partner of CPSH and provides services and training for people with with and without special needs.  Her specialities include help people with and without disabilities develop friendships.  CLick on the picture to go to Donna's website.

How to make friends - attend a class. Click on the picture.

How to make friends - attend a class. Click on the picture.

Read the post Louise Kinross wrote "My Child's Dream:  To Have Friends" and read the comment section. Watch a summary of the post, in the video above.