As you know, "they" say that people need people, that we are as a species, social creatures. I guess we do better overall when we interact with others on a regular basis. It's just that I'm beginning to think that I personally am not a group person. Whenever I'm in a group of people, I tend to be the one watching and listening from the outside, not really saying much unless someone talks directly to me. It just the way I've been my entire life, and as much as we're told that we need people, I don't think I need groups of them. One or two friends hanging out and shooting the breeze is great though. I think I might try another meetup group that is more tailored to the over 40 and single people. I will probably maintain my memberships with the 2 *groups I'm currently signed up with, but I think it would be good for me to slow down on the number of events that I attend. I'm thinking it would be good to go to things that we actually do something like bowling, and maybe dancing once in a while. I truly suck at dancing. My MS really screws with my balance and my feet won't seem to 'step' like they're supposed to. Either that or I'm so out of practice and self conscious that it just feels like I can't do it.
I'm just feeling a bit unsure of what I'm doing right now. Thanks for reading.
* Austin Social Club and Boomertime