What happens when you graduate high school (or college) and your friends
scatter? Do you lose touch or keep in contact? Do you make new friends or hide out
in your dorm/apartment until you run out of shows in your Netflix queue? Is it possible
to keep friendships after college?
To quote one of the secrets: Making and keeping friendships after college is harder than G.I. Joe's abs.
What about romance? Should you go on a date with that person? Do you need to break up? What constitutes a date anyway?
To quote another of the secrets: A date is a date is a date is a...date. It's not a marriage proposal. It's not a death sentence.
These twenty secrets, pulled from Paul Angone's book: 101 Secrets for Your Twenties, will give you insights into the relationships in your twentysomething life. The secrets cover everything from friendship dynamics to romantic interests, from being friendless in a new city to being uncertain who/what/when/where/why you will marry.
Moody Collective Portions are short pieces of content taken from our full-length books. Our goal is to introduce our readers to a complete idea in a brief, concise, and inexpensive format. Most portions will take about 20 minutes to read.