with more social networking sites are we not loosing true friends in real life?

Mumbai, India
September 8, 2016 3:25pm CST
In networking sites people do interact they make friends , they talk too high about friendships , their life ,relationship but when the real need arise they no one is there except that real true friend whom we just forgets or avoid & don;t give time because of these social networking sites...
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@EMbakes (1142)
• Philippines
9 Sep 16
I begin losing my friends, because it seemed like they're not worth it and it's not because I got addicted to social networking sites. Those sites help me get connected to people and as time passes by, it helps me get to know more my friends whenever we're not together.
• Austin, Texas
9 Sep 16
I have no regrets about creating social media accounts. I think I've met people from all around the world. I think that. It's the Internet. Maybe they live right next door but they just say they live somewhere else! Who knows? But I choose to believe the people are who they say are because I am who I say I am. I know that it would not have not been possible to meet them without the Internet and/or social media. Even though I know it's not likely I will ever see any of these people in person, face-to-face, I am very happy for the experience of communicating with them online. It is difficult to help someone from a distance. Difficult. Not impossible. Is there something that you need that you think I might be able to help you with? It's a genuine question.