30.12.2013

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But when I moved up to Berkeley in 2011 with virtually no friends, I was not only barely fighting off a serious case of depression, I had no idea how to form a new community that was anything as wonderful as the one I left behind in college.
This feels awkward at first, but some of my closest friends I’ve met just from putting myself out there. One of my favorite tricks to meet new people is to utilize the larger social group of someone who is already my friend. I like your thinking about accepting that they won’t all come off either, which is a-ok. While online friends can never completely substitute a gal pal to grab a coffee or catch a movie with, there’s no doubt that they are truly WONDERFUL.
Haha, it sounds like you probably went to a college that was close to your hometown, right? I just moved to a new city where i know only a handful of people, so this as been such a challenge for me!
I find it a lot easier to be 100% genuinely me online so when I meet them, I’m already myself. People always seem to want to meet me too early in the morning, that automatically lowers their chances since I’m not really human until at least 11am… haha!
I had a friend at Uni that I used to grab coffee with and that was nice every few weeks, but other than that, I’ve never really had those kinds of friends.
Man, I had to start from scratch when I moved to California to find friends and now that I’m starting to make some, I have to start all over again in a month when we go to AZ! I wish I knew as a kid that it’ll never be as easy as it was back then as it is now, to make friends.
The Internet is such a wonderful place – it can definitely help you find meet ups that mesh with your interests to find like minded people to hang out with. If you’re not sure about just striking up conversation with coffee shop employees, classes are such a fun option.
The internet has been really helpful for me for meeting people and becoming friends with people, like you!
I feel like I’m in this weird in-between place in my life right now; I feel like I don’t really fit in anywhere.
Because I’ve been feeling this way, I decided at the beginning of this year that I was going to make a bigger effort to put myself in new situations to meet new people. The first event I signed up to attend was this past Tuesday—a women’s only networking event. Our website is now using McAfee security technology to protect you from identity theft, credit card fraud, spam and malicious software.
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If you hit it off with anyone at the event, ask for their number and maybe invite them to coffee. Volunteering is a fabulous way to get to start making new friends, both military and civilian.
Besides the above, you could volunteer at a habitat for humanity, read to kids at a library, visit people in a nursing home, you name it. When I got here to Whidbey, I had just been in Jax for 5 months and Newport, RI for a year.
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At school or uni you’re flung into social interactions and generally come out having found a friend. Most of my current friends I met as an adult (or college student) as well, and I’m often surprised by how little I now have in common with childhood friends.
But I agree having a dog is a good help – I find that, in that regard, trying to to go the same places around the same times help. Since people often have dog park rituals where they always go at the same day and time, it’s easy enough to bump into them again. It’s amazing what a bit of effort does, but it can be so hard to put yourself out there for those of us who are slightly more introverted. With blogging, I feel like I’ve already sought out those people with similar interests.


I’ve always preferred fostering friendships in the digital space too, where we can connect via the written word on our own time, rather than the awkward situation of getting coffee in person.
Never been brave enough to drum up a conversation with a random in a coffee shop or something.
As I’m nearing 30, I’m finding that there are usually two groups of people that I’m around socially. I’m not looking for my new best friend, I’m just looking for others that want to get out of the house and meet other new people. I haven’t been very active in the past few years, but I’ve had success meeting others there before.
Sometimes I long for the days where I was just thrown together with a bunch of my peers; and somehow, forged relationships with them. I feel like I was raised in a how where there was a balance between my parents being parents AND being social people. It’s an interesting point in life when some of your closest friends enter parenthood.
He is absolutely my best friend, but there is a special relationship girls share that a guy would never get. 100% Guaratneed Delivery--If parcel accidentally lost during transit, we will resent a brand new one for you,only honest business will last long. Cheapest Offer-- Make Your Local Business Successful-for bulk order >50 Units, we will offer EMS Express Courier. If asking for digits sounds too forward, pay attention to their last names and find them on facebook. You could also see if the group has a facebook page where you can learn about various activities. You could join a Bible study, book club, knitting club, hiking group, dog walkers, running club… you get the idea. I had spent a lot of time and energy making friends in those places.  When I first got here, I was kind of burned out on putting myself out there. Other than the deployments I miss Navy life, and I actually miss the adventure of the moves.
My classes were filled with seemingly endless amounts of students my age, and parties always included people outside of my usual friend circle who were passionate about literature, philosophy, art, and other things that I liked to talk about. Even though it was against my nature, I began to put myself out there and made a real effort to meet new people to fill in those empty Tuesday nights. Especially if you live in a more urban place, the amount of classes and events out there is incredible.
Instead of the loud bar scene, head to a place that you’re confident will have like-minded people. You have to learn to just shrug your shoulders, cut your losses, and move on to finding someone else that you do connect with. If your natural inclination is towards being introverted, it’s hard to will yourself to get out and do it but I think those friendships formed in adulthood and based on common interest rather than being in the same place at the same time, can be even lovelier and long lasting. That means we might be becoming more picky, but at least the friendships are better than ever. I’m still closest to people I went to college with, but making friends as an adult is difficult.
I mostly stay indoors, and only get the chance to go out when my husband comes home from work. That being said, I can certainly understand being in a position where you simply don’t have time for new friends.
One of my favorite tactics is, if our dogs hit it off and I really like them, suggest we exchange phone numbers so we can plan to go to the dog park again at the same time. Fortunately I haven’t had to really put my skills to the test, having only moved a couple of hours away from home. At the same time, I love the idea of meeting the friends that I’ve met online in person.
That being said, there’s something just so lovely about close friends who you can make dinner with or just quietly watch a movie together, you know? Ru and I were at a food truck event near our house last Sunday, and we had a little boy following us around this whole time, chattering to me about dogs. Not only is it a great way to meet new people, there are such a crazy amount of interesting classes and events!
I’ve been feeling a little lonely over the past few months, so I decided that I want to make a bit of a change in the new year in expanding my social circle.


I want to relate to them but both sets of the above are in such different head spaces than I’m in right now. My husband has found a couple of core activities groups he socializes with regularly through Meetup also. We live in a world that is more connected than ever, but in many ways I feel so disconnected from others.
But it will expand your horizons and get you into a setting where making new friends is possible. But I will say that if you can find a job you enjoy, even if it’s not in your field, you can meet some great people.
I will pray that you start to make some connections soon that could turn out to be great friends. Even now, four years later, friends seem to move away so often that I’m always looking for new people that I have a genuine connection with. Ru and I have taken over five dog training classes together, which is always a fun social event. My go-to spot is the dog park, where I kid you not, I’ve met more of my good friends in the last few years than anywhere else. I’m making online friends through writer and blogger networks, but it takes a lot more effort now.
Meeting new people still scares me, but I know I eventually need to overcome this irrational fear.
I just take Rosie to the dog park, she makes a friend, so I go talk to the owner and become friends with them!
I tend to separate my work and home life too, so I find it difficult to make strong friendships with work colleges.
Sure my husband and I want to start a family, but right now probably isn’t the best time for us. When I examine my close circle of friends, I realize that I haven’t made any new ones in over five years. So I find myself, more nights than I would like to admit, home wishing that I had a social circle to be around. If you’ve never used it before, it really is one of the best ways to find others locally that have similar interests to yourself.
I know on Saturday I’ll start to get nervous again and I’ll try to talk myself out of it again. I’m trying to change that now, but it definitely takes a concerted effort and a willingness to put myself out of my comfort zone. Everyone chooses to parent differently, and if some of my friends choose to retreat into parenthood, that is their choice.
Besides, if I don’t get away from him every now and then, what would I come home and tell him about?
I ended up asking her to be my doula and I was so glad to have her support throughout my pregnancy and delivery. What if you’ve done it a million times and you just don’t want to make any more new friends! It’s hard to leave that closeness and familiarity you have with one group to feel uncomfortable and awkward with another group. If you don’t have a dog, bars with social activities are a great place to start like pool table or dart bards. I was so lucky when I moved from England to Hong Kong, the company I worked for was full of like minded girls all around my age, and I broke my own rules and was able to form a tight knit circle of some of the very best friends I’ve ever had. As for the relating to the single friends out there, I haven’t been single in almost six years… so there’s that. I recently hopped back onto the site and signed up to participate in both some professional meet ups and social ones. It was really fun connecting with people who had similar spiritual interests to me, and tarot card reading is an innately social activity so there was plenty of conversation with the other students. Or, use that internet-thingy I mentioned above in tip two to find out about local sports leagues like ultimate frisbee or kickball.



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