It's a common fact of life that the older you grow, the more difficult it is to make friends. So for all those reserved and introvert people, here are a few tips which guide you on how to be social and be friends with new people.Travel with company - Join a tourist group and go to vacation with an entire group of new people. Since you will share a new experience with them and create memories for life, you will automatically bond with them.
Sign up for a new course - It is rightly said that enthusiasm is infectious. So take part in a class you really like. The common interest will help you to quickly become friends with your class fellows.
Become a pet owner - Buy a dog or some other pet. Not only will it keep you company and do your heat good, but will also help you make friends when you take it for a walk to the park. People love talking about your pets.
Old is gold - Get in touch with your old pals once again. If they live in your locality, it would be all the better. You might regain some of those lost friendships.
Be friendly with people around you - Notice the people around you in a new way. These include your classmates, neighbors, coworkers, workout partners and anyone else whom you see every day. If you are distant with them, start trading hellos. If you already greet them, then hook up a chat with them. It would be great if you could be friends with one of these because you meet them daily.
Smile - Smile a lot. People will automatically want to be friends with you.
Rescuing Lost Friendships - There must be plenty of people in your life with whom you used to talk every day a long time back. Gradually the days turned into weeks, and the weeks turned into months, until you got in touch with them just a few times a year or lost the connection altogether. She started a family. You relocated. She switched jobs. You had too much work on your shoulders. So many excuses to give for the all those lost friendships. How to rescue them? Here's how you go about it.
Give friendships a place on your list of priorities - Hanging out is an essential part of life in those young, carefree days. Naturally teenagers have a huge trail of friends. The so many things on to-do lists during adulthood put a restrain on all these intimate gatherings. Either you can remove all these tasks off your list or remove friends from your life. The choice is yours to make. And if you want both, then you need to take out extra time.
Let it out - Intimacy is the key to a great friendship. So let your pals know your feelings and the fact that you miss them. Tell them straight to the face that whatever happens you do not want to let the friendship go.
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