But I can see how it might be true. Few people know me well. I do better in smaller groups of people. The fewer people, the less the chance is for someone being the same kind of person as me.
The biggest challenge for me is finding my place in a group. Whether it's family or friends, the groups always seem to be oddly numbered, and I'm usually the one left over. I usually have something in common with each of the members. But when the group is gathered, they have more in common with each other, and often things I can't relate to. Things such as hangovers, alcohol, cooking, working out, travels etc.
I am lucky enough to live with my soul mate, one who understands me. I am lucky enough to have a couple of friends that are similar to me, and therefore understand me. But I wish I saw them more often. <3
I am always myself. I don't change my personality depending on whom I'm with. That's not honest. So one has to accepts the consequences.
To my friends: don't be offended by reading this. I mean no harm. <3
Sometimes your real friends are those who've been there all along, but who you had forgotten.