Sup man. I can tell you that much - if you have friends on the Internet, then try to translate virtual communication into reality. Let your friend live in another city, you can invite him to visit or offer to meet, being in his land by passing through. The strongest friendship is fastened in reality, face to face. And remember that for the first time such meetings are best spent in a public, crowded place, this will ease the embarrassment a bit and it will be easier for both of you. And you don’t get killed if you made friends with a serial killer. At least not right away. You’ll have some time to get ready and fight back. I’m just playing))) nwm
Once you start a relationship, support them, not forgetting a new acquaintance. Call or write to find out how his work is progressing at work, if you talked about this at the meeting. Not work - it means family, car, something else ... I'm sure you'll find the topic. If you need a reason to call, then he is always with you - this is a good mood. "Today is a great day, and I've been thinking - let me call my good friend." Do not be afraid to seem obtrusive, people are usually pleasant to interest in their person. And it is even better to help a person in something, if you have such an opportunity.
Don’t forget that strong friendship is a great value that must be kept and protected. From the whole circle of communication only old friends are ready to accept you as you are, with all the advantages and disadvantages, and do not require anything in return. Throughout life we can have dozens or even hundreds of acquaintances, but really close friends are always only a few. And this relationship is usually enough. Having a couple of trusted friends is so convenient that many do not even have a desire to make new friendships. Sometimes this is even frightening, and it is fully justified, because it is difficult to let an outsider into the personal, intimate experiences.
I think you would find new friends for sure, the only thing is, a little more time is needed for you to get aqquanted with the new town, new people, new atmosphere. A little more time and your timidity would run away, as if it never was. You shoul just accomodate to the new atmosphere and people and everything would be ok.
I think it can happen to everyone when someone removes from one place to another. Do not be afraid, everything will be good. Some time should pass before you'll acommodate to your new place, new work, new people. You would make friends for sure, just don't give up and be yourself and people would see that you are a good and interresting person.
Do not be affraid. I am sure that you would find new good friends in that town. The only thing you'll need is to wait for some time and to calm down. You would find new friends, you'll need to settle down and to accomodate with the new atmosphere, new people, new places, everything new. It wouldn't be easy , but you would manage to do that.
i tink that it is quite a common situation. Many people can't find friends for the first several months when they remove to another city or town. As for me, it is also very difficult to find new friends in the new town, but I never give up and try to communicate with all people. And I try to understand every person. I think that you would ind new friends for sure.
Hey guys, hello everybody. I have never remembered this before, and I do not think so ... As long as I can remember, I could always find a common language with anyone, it always seemed to me that even too quickly I could get to talking with people I did not know. And in a familiar circle of people calmly feel and be in the center of attention ... but sometimes I was shy not for long, if someone liked me ... but not for long)))) Maybe you'll remember how you behaved before moving with new friends ... Maybe you feel like a stranger and think that everyone knows this and now they will attack you ...))))) Usually it's just in our head, try to behave naturally and as if they are give birth to friendship with you and not you)))
Good morning dudes. I am crazy today and anxious to have a little talk with you, to share my thoughts and opinions with you. I should admit that for each person it is difficult or not difficult to find friends because everything depends on kind of person and his or her character. Don't forget about it. If you are introvert so it will be a little bit difficult to find friends for such a person, because he is not so communicative, but for extravert it is not difficult to do it. I am extrovert and I am always happy for new meetings and I am always ready for communication.
One of the hardest parts of moving is getting to a new town and realizing you don't know anyone. Making friends in a new town is a scary prospect no matter who you are. The best thing you can do is go out and meet people. If you find someone you enjoy spending time with, ask to hang out again, and then work on building a friendship. Don't let fears of rejection prevent you from having a new circle of friends. Go out. The first step in meeting people is to go out and explore your new town. If you can't think of anything to do, start by going out to a restaurant and eating. oin a club. See what kind of clubs and classes your new town offers. Whether it's a martial arts school or a yoga class, if you join a club, you're bound to meet someone you get along with.
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