Adult friend x
Carder Stout who specializes in relationships (and frequently contributes to goop—see here).
“Making friends as an adult can be difficult, especially since a lot of the time, people already have their own friend groups established and aren’t open to making new friends,” said one 27-year-old respondent, a single woman.Thus, the importance of the guy’s night, or girl’s night, out.For couples, however, that time didn’t happen often: 53% of men and 61% of women held group events with their friends just once a year.The numbers for Gen X were about the same as Millennials.
(To be fair, Baby Boomers have had many more years to build their friend network).
surveyed over 1,000 people for their perspective on how difficult they believe it is to find friends as an adult, and how many friends most people actually have.