and their effect
on Friendship

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Expanding the ideas on my earlier piece on Biorhythms and Group Dynamic which looked at social interactions within groups of people depending biorhythmic compatibility, let's look at what effect biorhythm has on the relationship of two people. I will do this in three stages: one is friendship; one is love and romance; and one is marriage. The reason why I am breaking these up is because in reality, these different types of relationships often depend on different biorhythmic compatibilities.

Let's start with Friendship: The first thing, the most important thing is to know who you are, and how you connect to people. Are you the type of person that wants to have fun, a good time, go dancing, shopping, sit around and chat, the human contact type? Or are you the person that likes to go for hikes, go biking, diving, flying, sailing, skiing, the active kind? Or do you prefer to have intellectually stimulating conversations with intellectual or philosophical people, the intellectual kind? Of course, most of us are a combination of all of those things to varying degrees. One interesting experiment you might want to consider is to enter your 14 best friends and acquaintances into our Biorhythm calculator and look at where you are compatible with them. I was surprised to learn that most of my friends are intellectually compatible with me, so I know that I connect with people on an intellectual level, and I can have long and challenging debates with all of those people on a variety of topics. What I became aware of though, is that I could not have fun with these people. I did not walk away feeling emotionally 'good'. So, what is missing?

I also have a few friends that are perfectly matched on my emotional biorhythm cycle, and what I noticed is that, even though we do not have very deep conversations, we always have a lot of fun together. After I have met with these people, I feel good.

Once you have determined who you are, and what you look for in a relationship, it is quite easy to find people that are compatible in this regard, be it physical, emotional, or intellectual. Also keep in mind that we need different things at different times. Sometimes I need to think, want to think, want to philosophize, want to debate, argue. So, I have a certain group of people that I will visit on when I am 'in the mood'. I will go visit my intellectual friends. On the other hand, there are times that I am feeling down, or I don't want to think, I just want to have fun and feel well. I go see my 'fun crowd'. And if I feel energetic, wanting to climb a mountain or go biking, I choose my physical friends.

Problems in friendship appear when you try to take people from one crowd, and you try to bring them into another one where you are simply mismatched. That's when the 'you never want to have fun' or the 'we can never talk' accusations happen. Yes, these people want to have fun, and they want to talk, but now when you want to, and you don't want to when they want to.

So, to sum it all up, don't try to make your friends something they are not capable of, accept people for who and what they are, and concentrate on what your are compatible on. Rather, have several groups of friends and spend time with each group depending on your current needs and wants. Life will be much better this way.

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Disclaimer: This information is based on private research, and should not be used in place of professional advice. The Author is not a trained counsellor, psychologist, doctor, or any other type of researcher. You act on this advice at your own risk.
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