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Moves of any distance can be difficult, but those that take us away from our comfort zone and existing social circles are always a bit more challenging, and even a little scary. As part of the sign up process for the website I founded, SocialJane. A large number of these profiles start with the line And although the destinations differ, the profiles always end with If you too have recently relocated to a new town, don't fret.
Believe me, your situation isn't unique and you aren't the only one finds herself in a population of several million, yet with nobody with whom you can leave a spare key. While it might be unsettling right now, rest assured that in time you will meet new folks and build connections in your new location. The good new is that there are absolutely things you can do, and resources available to help make a move easier and more enjoyable.
Make Friends Online Online friending is the new black or new orange It is the quick, easy, convenient and smart way to connect with thousands of others who seek the same thing -- new friendships. Friendship websites typically work the same way that online dating sites work, except they are for forming platonic relationships and not romantic ones. Since we all know how successful online dating has been to the marriage industry 1 in 5! And work it does! I, of course, recommend SocialJane. Some gals say they feel a bit weird about sending notes to other women "feels kinda like dating," they say , but this is only because the concept is still relatively new.
Pretty soon, finding friends online will be the primary way that women connect. I personally have met some amazing women via the site, all of whom I am proud to call "my friend.
All of us have hobbies and activities that interest us. For me, it is running, playing tennis and taking in a new Broadway show. With my last move, I didn't waste anytime joining the local theater group. With them, I started attending plays and musicals, and even my first opera. Even though I run a social networking site, the truth is that I definitely tend toward the shy side, so I honestly don't think I would have taken in a show on my own. With this new group of theater enthusiasts, I not only got to enjoy the productions, but did so along with dozens of others.
A quick search on the Internet will most likely uncover a slew of events and groups in your community.
Drop below that, and the person slips quickly into another layer in terms of emotional closeness. But with more of us forced to relocate for work, as well as by changes in circumstance, many of us are missing out on time with friends.
And making new ones can be tough. It makes me feel like I'm at school again. I found the whole experience exhausting.
Dr Steven Howell, psychology professor at Keystone College, Pennsylvania, studied the science of establishing new friendships, and concluded that a night out is the best place to start. Exchanging confidences and taking risks together is apparently essential, and a "bonding analysis" study found that a drinking session is an excellent way to facilitate these. Ever a slave to science, I decide to road-test Dr Howell's theory.
But because I'm a wuss, I want an extra confidence boost first. Halpern agrees to give me a crash course in a theory of improvisation to help me on my quest to turn strangers into friends. Tina [Fey] and Amy [Poehler] were naturals from the start, and they've used the technique in other areas. So can a typically-shy-in-newsocial-situations layperson master the art of, "Yes, and …"?
Great things happen when you say, 'Yes, and …' If you're shy, it helps you focus on the other person. If you're naturally confident, it improves empathy, and someone who empathises makes a good friend. Inspired, I resolve to put "Yes, and …" to the test. I meet a girl who is new in town and suggest going out. Because I am following a proven technique, the encounter feels easier somehow. Practising "Yes, and …" means the conversation flows effortlessly, and within half an hour my cheeks ache with laughter.
After dessert, potential-new-friend No. And there's a new bar across town …" The words slip out before I can overthink them. This is pure madness, but once I say it, there is no turning back. So we pay up and go. I make it home just before dawn, aware that I am going to feel terrible when the alarm my toddler goes off.
But it is worth it, I tell myself: I have embraced my inner Tina Fey — and she's a blast! Six months on, I'm delighted to report that my new friendships are lasting ones. The kind you can rely on for moral support and gin after a terrible day; who'll bring over Danish pastries when you're ill; friends you want to celebrate life's highs and lows with.
Finding new friends isn't always easy in a new town. Maybe take a trip to the local playground one day and see if any mamas sitting on the. Making friends in a new town is a scary prospect no matter who you are. They may be able to help you find some things to do to get to know people. You're more likely to meet other kids who enjoy the same activities as you do if you find a club to join Look for talking points to start your conversation with someone new. Just moved to a new city and wondering how to make some friends? “You would be surprised who you may be able to connect with from personal “But the more you put yourself out there, do things that make you uncomfortable, the more after all) and ultimately be the kind of friend you're looking for.”.