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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. One good way to make friends is to join an organization, club, or sports team. If joining a group is too far out of your comfort zone, try striking up conversations with people you see regularly, like someone you sit next to in class or the cashier at your favorite store. It's OK if you're nervous to talk to them. Just smile, stand up straight, and make eye contact so you seem friendly.

The more often you talk to them, the more comfortable you'll get. Eventually, you could become friends! For more advice, like how to ask someone to hang out, read on!

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Similarly, veterinarians review our pet articles, lawyers review our legal articles, and other experts review articles based on their specific areas of expertise. 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. However, if you do enter a religious building, remember to be respectful in the house of their God. In addition to church activities, you can join the science club at school, the marching band, a knitting group, or any other shared-interest activity. If you play instruments or sing , try joining a band or choir. Join a sports team. A common misconception about this is that you have to be really good at playing a particular sport in order to make friends with others on the team.

But not all teams are so competitive. As long as you enjoy the sport and support your teammates, joining a local team with a laid-back attitude could be a great way to make new friends. If you're not interested in competitive play, seek out recreational teams or clubs where there is little pressure to perform. Volunteering is also a good way for people of all ages to meet others.

By working together, you build bonds with people. You may also meet others who have a passion for changing things the way you do a common cause. If you want to make friends, you first need to put yourself out there somehow in order to meet people. If you just sit alone, friends might come to you — but that's not likely.

If you're still in school, sit somewhere with other people. It doesn't have to be a crowded table, but one with at least two other people. Remember, friends seldom come knocking on your door while you sit at home playing on your laptop.

You can join a club, go to school , or go to church, but you still won't make friends if you don't actually talk to people. By the same token, you don't have to be involved with an organization to be social.

Any time you talk to someone, you have a chance at making a lasting friend. Most conversations may be a dead-end of sorts, and you may never talk to that person again, or you just remain acquaintances — but once in a while you'll actually make a friend.

Don't be too picky. Having good manners goes a long way. You can start talking to people by simply greeting them with a "good morning, how are you? Showing simple good manners by greeting people makes you seem more friendly and people tend to respond well to it. It's a great way to start communicating with people. Make eye contact and smile. If you have an unfriendly countenance, people are less likely to be receptive to your friendship.

Look people directly in the eye when they are speaking to you or when you are speaking to them and offer them a warm, friendly smile. This will help you connect to that person and start forming a friendship. The weather is a classic: Do you like this warm weather? What kinds of gifts do you normally buy for your mom?

Where did you get shoes like that? Keep in mind that this is only a general rule, and it can change from situation to situation as needed. By listening more than you talk, it will make you seem like a desirable friend. Introduce yourself at the end of the conversation. It can be as simple as saying "Oh, by the way, my name is If you show that you remembered things from your past conversation s with the person, not only will you look intelligent but he or she will see that you were paying attention and are willing to be a true friend.

Ask them out for lunch or coffee. That will give you a better opportunity to talk and get to know each other a little bit better. Invite them to join you for coffee sometime and give them your email address or phone number. This gives the person the opportunity to contact you; they may or may not give you their information in return, but that's fine. Just offer your contact information to whoever seems to be potentially a good friend, and eventually somebody will get in touch.

You can chat your heart out but it won't get you a friend if you don't open up the opportunity for another conversation or meeting. This is especially important if you meet someone who you aren't otherwise likely to meet again.

Or suggest going out to the movies or to a bar as a group. If you've just met the person, suggest getting together to go to a sports game, concert, art gallery or some other event you would both be interested in.

If you've discovered that the person you're talking to has a common interest, ask them more about it and, if appropriate, whether they get together with others in a club, for example to pursue this interest.

If so, this is a perfect opportunity to ask about joining them. If you clearly express interest when? If you have a club, band, church, etc. Be loyal to a friend. You've probably heard of fair-weather friends. They're the ones who are happy to be around you when things are going well, but are nowhere to be found when you really need them. Being a loyal friend will attract other people to you who value that quality.

This is a good way to put your money where your mouth is and attract the kind of friends you want in your life. If a friend needs help with an unpleasant chore, or if he or she just needs a shoulder to cry on, be there for them.

Be a good friend. Once you've started spending time with potential friends, remember to do your part. If you want to have good friends in your life, you need to be a good friend yourself. When you say you'll do something, do it. Be someone that people know that they can count on. If you embody these qualities in your treatment of others, it will attract others who appreciate reliability and who will be reliable in return. If you're not going to make it on time or make it at all, call them as soon as you realize it.

Apologize and ask to reschedule. Don't make them wait for you unexpectedly; it's rude, and it is certainly not a good way to launch a potential friendship. Be a good listener. Many people think that in order to be seen as "friend material" they have to appear very interesting. Far more important than this, however, is the ability to show that you're interested in others.

Listen carefully to what people say, remember important details about them their names, their likes and dislikes , ask questions about their interests, and just take the time to learn more about them. These people appear too wrapped up in themselves. One of the best things about having a friend is that you have someone to whom you can talk about anything, even secrets that you hide from the rest of the world. Before people even feel comfortable opening up to you, however, you need to build trust.

The key to being a good confidante is the ability to keep secrets. It's no secret that you shouldn't tell other people things that were told to you in confidence. Emphasize your good qualities. Project the good, unique qualities about yourself. Show others what makes you stand apart from the crowd. Talk about your interests and hobbies. Share a little bit about your background with new friends. If you are a unique person, then show it.

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Don't be too picky. Having good manners goes a long way. You can start talking to people by simply greeting them with a "good morning, how are you? Showing simple good manners by greeting people makes you seem more friendly and people tend to respond well to it.

It's a great way to start communicating with people. Make eye contact and smile. If you have an unfriendly countenance, people are less likely to be receptive to your friendship. Look people directly in the eye when they are speaking to you or when you are speaking to them and offer them a warm, friendly smile.

This will help you connect to that person and start forming a friendship. The weather is a classic: Do you like this warm weather? What kinds of gifts do you normally buy for your mom? Where did you get shoes like that? Keep in mind that this is only a general rule, and it can change from situation to situation as needed.

By listening more than you talk, it will make you seem like a desirable friend. Introduce yourself at the end of the conversation.

It can be as simple as saying "Oh, by the way, my name is If you show that you remembered things from your past conversation s with the person, not only will you look intelligent but he or she will see that you were paying attention and are willing to be a true friend.

Ask them out for lunch or coffee. That will give you a better opportunity to talk and get to know each other a little bit better. Invite them to join you for coffee sometime and give them your email address or phone number. This gives the person the opportunity to contact you; they may or may not give you their information in return, but that's fine. Just offer your contact information to whoever seems to be potentially a good friend, and eventually somebody will get in touch.

You can chat your heart out but it won't get you a friend if you don't open up the opportunity for another conversation or meeting. This is especially important if you meet someone who you aren't otherwise likely to meet again. Or suggest going out to the movies or to a bar as a group. If you've just met the person, suggest getting together to go to a sports game, concert, art gallery or some other event you would both be interested in. If you've discovered that the person you're talking to has a common interest, ask them more about it and, if appropriate, whether they get together with others in a club, for example to pursue this interest.

If so, this is a perfect opportunity to ask about joining them. If you clearly express interest when? If you have a club, band, church, etc. Be loyal to a friend.

You've probably heard of fair-weather friends. They're the ones who are happy to be around you when things are going well, but are nowhere to be found when you really need them. Being a loyal friend will attract other people to you who value that quality. This is a good way to put your money where your mouth is and attract the kind of friends you want in your life. If a friend needs help with an unpleasant chore, or if he or she just needs a shoulder to cry on, be there for them.

Be a good friend. Once you've started spending time with potential friends, remember to do your part. If you want to have good friends in your life, you need to be a good friend yourself. When you say you'll do something, do it. Be someone that people know that they can count on. If you embody these qualities in your treatment of others, it will attract others who appreciate reliability and who will be reliable in return.

If you're not going to make it on time or make it at all, call them as soon as you realize it. Apologize and ask to reschedule. Don't make them wait for you unexpectedly; it's rude, and it is certainly not a good way to launch a potential friendship. Be a good listener.

Many people think that in order to be seen as "friend material" they have to appear very interesting. Far more important than this, however, is the ability to show that you're interested in others.

Listen carefully to what people say, remember important details about them their names, their likes and dislikes , ask questions about their interests, and just take the time to learn more about them. These people appear too wrapped up in themselves. One of the best things about having a friend is that you have someone to whom you can talk about anything, even secrets that you hide from the rest of the world. Before people even feel comfortable opening up to you, however, you need to build trust.

The key to being a good confidante is the ability to keep secrets. It's no secret that you shouldn't tell other people things that were told to you in confidence. Emphasize your good qualities. Project the good, unique qualities about yourself. Show others what makes you stand apart from the crowd.

Talk about your interests and hobbies. Share a little bit about your background with new friends. If you are a unique person, then show it. People love to be around someone who makes them laugh. If you have a quirky, different style of humor then make sure you let them know that the things you say are in fact a joke. This way you don't just come across as simply weird. It will also help them understand a bit more about you too, which could potentially spark their interest.

Many people oftentimes lose contact with their friends because they're either too busy, or just don't value their friends enough. When you lose connection with a friend, the friendship may fizzle out.

And when you do try to contact them again, it can be hard to rekindle the friendship. Make time and share your life with them. Be respectful of their decisions and share yours with him. Strive to keep in contact over time. Choose your friends wisely. As you befriend more people, you may find that some are easier to get along with than others. While you should always give people the benefit of the doubt, sometimes you may realize that certain friendships are unhealthy , such as if a person is obsessively needy or controlling towards you, constantly critical, or introducing dangers or threats into your life.

If this is the case, ease your way out of the friendship as gracefully as possible. Cherish those friends you make who are a positive influence in your life, and do your best to be a positive influence in theirs. How do you make friends when you are worried about what they will think of you? Second, you cannot control what others think of you. Third, what they think of you is their business, not yours.

Fourth, even if you know what they think about you, there is nothing you can do about it anyway. Not Helpful 6 Helpful It is difficult to learn that until you know them better.

One way to tell is by listening carefully to their stories. Do they talk about people they used to be friends with? Why are they no longer friends with that person? Sometimes that will give you clues to their character.

Otherwise, pay attention to their actions as you get to know them and then make decisions about the time you spend with them. It is important to maintain boundaries with friends and those who overstep your boundaries without concern or apology are not people you want as friends.

Not Helpful 5 Helpful If someone asks to be my friend, but I already have friends, what do I say? You can never have too many friends. That person obviously needs a friend and it won't hurt you to be nice to them. Maybe if you get know them better, you'll find you have a lot in common! Not Helpful 7 Helpful Try not to think about what they will think of you. Also, consider talking about something you are familiar with; this will make the conversation more comfortable for you.

Lastly, you can always let the other person talk and listen to them; some people love to talk and need good listeners.

Not Helpful Helpful Those people don't even know you. There is an old saying that says: Everyone seems to have a clear idea of how other people should lead their lives, but none about his or her own.

Not Helpful 50 Helpful Try to solve things first, ask to talk to them to see if they will tell you why they are mad. If they won't tell you, won't talk, or even walk away, you could try at a different time or just let it be but be friendly every time you meet. Over time, their animosity may decrease when they realize that you're determined to always be friendly. Find your inner courage and be observant rather than in denial.

Friendships don't always last the test of time, new people, romantic interests, and other changes. If your friend really is pulling away, you can suggest a fireside chat to try to work things out together. But if your friend doesn't want to be in the friendship anymore, treasure what you had and start to look for new friends. Not Helpful 78 Helpful Perhaps it is only some people who think that you're rude, so you could try to be friends with other people.

If you have difficulty with social interactions for any reason, this may be coming across as rudeness and you could explain your problem so that others see that you're not being rude on purpose. Take it slowly, rather than barging in and taking over conversations or activities; let people observe that you're a great person and worth getting to know. Not Helpful 74 Helpful If they don't like you, then they're not friend material. When you approach them, be yourself, not who they want you to be.

If you're slightly weird, then try to be decently normal the first meeting, but you can't go through your relationship as another person. You have to reveal yourself after a while and the friends you can rely on will accept you as you are. Not Helpful 49 Helpful Don't think down about yourself! The more you think this way about yourself, the more you convince yourself it's true.

Develop confidence and keep your head high. And most of all, tell yourself you are beautiful. The more you do this the more you believe it, and eventually you'll start seeing your beauty shine. Include your email address to get a message when this question is answered. Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. How to Make Friends. Did this video help you?

Tips You only have one chance to make a first impression. Get to know them and let them ask questions about you! Be there for them when they need it. Friends are the people you can rely on when the going gets tough.

You don't have to be a superstar to be fun. Try to be positive and friendly so that people feel good and appreciated when they're around you. Get to know that person's other friends and family.

Think about what you say, before you say it. Close friends may become hurt or offended when you speak recklessly. Be helpful to them. They want their faith fortified and their hope renewed. They want, in short, to be nourished by the good word of God, to be strengthened by the powers of heaven.

Those of us who are called upon to speak or teach or lead have an obligation to help provide that, as best we possibly can. We can only do that if we ourselves are striving to know God, if we ourselves are continually seeking the light of His Only Begotten Son.

Are we really nurturing our youth and our new members in a way that will sustain them when the stresses of life appear? Or are we giving them a kind of theological Twinkie—spiritually empty calories?

Homer Durham , Packer noted that a goodly number of deer had died of starvation while their stomachs were full of hay. In an honest effort to assist, agencies had supplied the superficial when the substantial was what had been needed. Regrettably they had fed the deer, but they had not nourished them.

Reuben Clark said of our youth well over a half century ago. The same thing can be said of new members. Satan is certainly not subtle in his teachings; why should we be? Whether we are instructing our children at home or standing before an audience in church, let us never make our faith difficult to detect. Avoid self-serving performance and vanity.

Give scripturally based sermons. Teach the revealed doctrine. Pray and practice and try to improve. A memorable account of the power of such teaching comes from the life of the prophet Jeremiah. This great man felt the way most teachers or speakers or Church officers feel when called—inexperienced, inadequate, frightened.

But the Lord reassured him: So speak unto them he did, but initially not with much success. Things went from bad to worse until finally he was imprisoned and made a laughingstock among the people.

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