When you move away from friends, how do you conclude which ones are worth hanging on to?

Origin of this question is located here. You must not be moving away from friends in order to have a need to conclude which ones are worth hanging on to. All good and bad things in life are derived from relationships. Even without moving away, why should you spend time with those who tend to bring bad things to your life? A better question to ask is, how to decide which friends to build relationship with? The answer is Thumoslang.

Thumoslang tells you to keep friends who help speed you up towards your ideals. Because everything else in your life is secondary, other friends are not important enough for your to worry about. It’s hard to do the choosing without first express your ideals. Thumoslang is the best way to fully express your ideals.

Thumoslang is rooted on the following:  If you want to become an expert in a particular field, you must first learn of its nomenclature. Most of us are not systematically good at human relationships.   We were never taught of any nomenclature for social life. There was no such teacher until 2017, when Nickantony Quach finished writing the book, THUMOS: Adulthood, Love & Collaboration, now available on Amazon.com and at Barnes & Noble. For the first time both the magic of the book and the power of Thumoslang are demonstrated at once within a single conversation, captured by the six episodes in Season 1 of #Thumoslang101.

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