London loves The way people just fall apart - London loves The way you just don't stand a chance - london Loves The mystery of a speeding heart
Ah London, the city that never sleeps, or maybe that's New York, but I'm not spending this evening in a Travelodge in NY tonight.
I saw a good friend tonight who I haven't seen for ages.
You can see your good friends and fit right back into the friendship you have with no problems at all. That's ace.
Get back in touch with your oldest friends.
Also today I spoke to someone I'd never met before. We had a great open chat. It was good.
You can connect to old friends and new friends.
That's not really surprising I know, but I think it's easy to forget. New connections are able to be made all the time. Old connections are often still there for you even if you don't see them often.
And the best way to connect is to listen. But also to talk.
Communication is soooooo important. Whether it's in a friendship or a relationship.
Don't text - talk.
Don't talk - meet.
Our lives are being taken over by social media and typing messages to each other. Nothing replaces face to face. Face to face allows body language to be involved. It means things don't get misunderstood.
Connection is about contact, physical face to face contact.
Have real friends, have real relationships, don't hide behind a keyboard or a phone, see your friends, see those you want to be more than friends.
Stop hiding, be real, be yourself, with all your imperfections, be there, be present, in real life.
If you have great friends tell them how important they are and spend more time with them.
If you love someone tell them. You've got one life. Be confident. The pain from every day will be more than the pain of rejection.
Assess your value. I bet it's huge. And believe your value.
And if you're imperfect, and who isn't, embrace it. You're you, you're amazing. Accepting your vulnerability allows you to be you.
Mr Paul Wyse