July 02, 2021

Add Mo Ko As Friend: Your Link to Real Relationships Book

We live in a digital age and there are so many available networking sites out there. I have different social media accounts that I use for personal or business but I don’t introduce social media to my son. I try to delay it so he won’t waste his time on them. But last year when he started his online class I have no choice but to create his own Facebook account so he can join his school’s Facebook page and classroom group chat. 

So far my son is not into social media and when I checked his Facebook account, 14 friends pa lang, more on family lang. Since last year, he did not post anything pa. Now that he is on summer vacation, hindi ko na rin nakikita na online siya sa FB. I don’t know until when na hindi siya maFacebook but I hope he will use social networking sites in a good way. 


Last month, I bought this book Add Mo Ko As Fried: Your Link to Real Relationships by Marlene Legaspi-Mumar during OMF Mid Year Sale. This book will teach you how to use SNS, how to be a good offline and online friend, how to understand introvert and extrovert people, and more. 

The book is easy to read and you can finish it in one sitting so it is still a good buy even for those who are not "book lovers" like my son. My son is not really into reading books but I still pressure him to read books para hindi siya puro Netflix or Nintendo Switch na lang. We already finished reading this and sharing some quotes that I like from the book. 

A friend is someone who is there for you when he’d rather be anywhere else.


A friend loves you all the time.


Strangers are just friends waiting to happen. - Steve Klaka


If a man does not make new acquaintances through life, he will soon find himself alone. A man should keep his friendships in constant repair. - Samuel Johnson


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