new friends

Sam35
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Re: new friends

Postby Sam35 » Mon Dec 11, 2017 6:25 pm

I really sympathise with yu. Man, you know, I've been in such a situation. If to be honest, it is an awful feeling, but you know what, don't even think to give up. You know, you should only try to make a conversation with people you meet at work, in the restaurants, in those places which you visit in this town. Don't be upset and try to smile every day.

Gorden
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Re: new friends

Postby Gorden » Sun Dec 24, 2017 10:17 am

It’s not that hard you know. As for making friends don’t be too pushy, let the matter resolve itself. You can’t force others to be nice with you. Take off that mask, don’t even try to be someone that you are not. Otherwise you and false friends of yours will recall the meaning of the word disappointment. You won’t like it, am I right? A little known fact.
Ability to lie is a necessary mean of social adaptation. Simply put, grip and grin, dude. It’s not easy, still those are friends to your parents, and you don’t need to be with them all the time.

George86
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Re: new friends

Postby George86 » Thu Dec 28, 2017 5:09 am

How am I trying to find new friends??? As usual I do it because I am very friendly and people want to meet with me and communicate with me themselves. I am very happy to be such a person with whom people are always going to communicate. Besides it is not difficult to find common language with me because I am very open and I am ready for good friendship, but sorry not for serious relationships. I have a partner as you remember. By the way as usual I know that people try to find new friends somewhere out. For example in the night clubs, or even bars.

Dorian
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Re: new friends

Postby Dorian » Fri Jan 05, 2018 6:34 pm

Tell people that you're new. You might feel embarrassed that you're new, but most people have experienced what it feels like to be "the new kid." People might wonder at first why you seem nervous or anxious. Telling them up front that you're new and still feel out of place can make them more sympathetic to your situation. Introduce yourself to neighbors. You can earn instant points with your new neighbors by bringing a small gift along. Bake some cookies or prepare your favorite recipe and put it in a nice dish or on a platter. Then take a trip next door and offer your small present to your new neighbor after you introduce yourself and explain that you are new to the area. Food makes an especially good gift, as your neighbor will have to bring back the dish or platter when they have finished your treat. This will give you another chance to meet and make friends!

Jay
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Re: new friends

Postby Jay » Thu Jan 11, 2018 5:09 pm

It’s not that hard you know. As for making friends don’t be too pushy, let the matter resolve itself. You can’t force others to be nice with you. Take off that mask, don’t even try to be someone that you are not. Otherwise you and false friends of yours will recall the meaning of the word “disappointment”.
You won’t like it, am I right? A little known fact. Ability to lie is a necessary mean of social adaptation. Simply put, grip and grin, dude. It’s not easy, still those are friends to your parents, and you don’t need to be with them all the time. Press X to pay respect and fall back to your room if possible.

Dylan
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Re: new friends

Postby Dylan » Tue Jan 16, 2018 9:57 pm

Meeting new people and making friends can be overwhelming. But with a little effort and willingness to step outside of your comfort zone, you can easily make friends. Join an organization or club. This is a great way to find other people who have common interests. You don't necessarily need to have a lot of common interests with people in order to make friends with them. In fact, some of the most rewarding friendships are between two people who don't have much in common at all. However, if you like a specific topic, try searching for a location where you can meet people who share that interest.

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Mr.Albert
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Re: new friends

Postby Mr.Albert » Tue Jan 23, 2018 7:29 am

Hi, OP! I quite understand what you mean. I'm also a little bit shy. (This is the main reason why I don't have many friends.) I would advise you to talk more to people. For instance, if you study anywhere, you can ask the guys you study with about classes and teachers. If you work somewhere, there are always lunch breaks which you can use to chat with your co-workers. Finally, you can use the Internet to find new friends. For instance, you can use a social network and write a post there that you're looking for new friends. There are also some special sites where people meet friends. If you do something, you'll certainly find friends very very quickly.

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Re: new friends

Postby Curtis » Thu Jan 25, 2018 11:43 am

I know 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.

Kirk
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Re: new friends

Postby Kirk » Thu Feb 15, 2018 12:45 pm

I am glad to be here with you today. How are you? What plans did you have for this day? For example you know I have not so many friends but I really good friends in whom I am sure and I am sure in their support and stability as well. I think that if the person do not have friends so maybe there is a question in yourself, maybe you do something wrong for finding good friends. Or maybe something wrong with your character or simply with your behavior or attitude to others. It is not a problem to find friends for me.)

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Re: new friends

Postby Orlando » Mon Mar 05, 2018 8:32 am

Surprisingly, I did not look for my friends with whom I am currently communicating. They found me! No kidding. Now around me are very interesting guys.
I went out to the club, and the guys approached me and got acquainted. They already knew what I was doing. Perhaps they saw me getting to know people. We communicate, I see that the person is interesting, and we exchange contacts. Next time we can phone, go to the club together and get to know each other better. This is how people become friends. Everything happens very easily.


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