Do you have friends who talk to you only when they need help? Unfortunately, I do.
I never really had this experience before graduating from college. When you're young, you friends usually call you up to have fun together: watch movie, play sports, eating, hanging out, whatever.
After starting my career, I begin to notice that some people only contact me when they need certain kind of help. As soon as they discover that there's no way to gain any benefit from me, they'll stop talking to me, so suddenly that as if they intend to let me know that I'm of no value to them anymore.
Does society encourage this kind of thoughts for working professionals? If not, how come I never saw people like that when I was small?
I mean, even if you have such thought of only interacting with people who can help you in certain ways, would you make it a little bit less obvious?
Maybe that's the way the "professional" world works.
Maybe I'm still not "mature" enough to accept this as the norm of socializing (-____- )