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The man in the video is the admission by, “I have no friends” resonates online

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A British man in the video is incorrectly being lonely and having no friends, it has struck a chord online.

Mark Gaisford, placed in the now-viral LinkedIn is a video to bring awareness to the fact that a lot of men all over the world and have no close friends, and in particular, their relationships with other men.

“I don’t have friends,” Gaisford said that in the opening of the movie. “It’s a scary thing to admit.”

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“I know a lot of people, but it is mainly by means of networks, and the work we do,” he added.

Gaisford said that he enjoys the time he spends with his colleague, but he doesn’t have the things that you do with your friends when he’s with co-workers.

“I don’t take them out to dinner, and I’m not going to go on long walks with them,” he said, adding: “It’s not just me who has no friends.”

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The video goes on to claim that 18 per cent of the men do not have to be a good friend, and 32 percent have no one they consider a best friend. It is also referred to a news article that said, “male bonding is more likely to lower a man’s stress levels than a night out with his partner, or time spent with the family.”

Gaisford has decided to take part in a meet-up group at a local pub, where people can come together and socialize.

“I’m a little nervous … I don’t know anyone to get it,” he said.

After leaving the public-house, Gaisford said that he had had a good night and enjoy the rest of the time with a “brilliant group of people.”

“You have to be the quiet ones, you have to be sure, but it’s really fun. I’m so glad I got it out of my back, and a little bit of courage and went and did something like that,” he said.

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“I wouldn’t call them necessarily friends. However, I hope that it will be in the future,” he added.

Gaisford, the video that appeared to resonate with a lot of people on the web.

“Well done on this one. I have dealt with a number of other people, and it has really helped me to talk to you about this subject matter,” one YouTuber commented. “Well done for getting on it and talking to it in public.”

“Let’s be lonely together!” said one of the others.

Gaisford said that he has received messages from all over the world, and he believes that his video touched a nerve, because loneliness is something that can be experienced around the world.

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It is recommended that people go out of their way to get together in groups online, according to RTE News.

“You have to be a little bit brave. I think you have to put yourself out there,” he said.

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