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How to Make Friends in a New Setting
If you run a quick Google or Bing.com search on making friends, you will quickly discover that the whole friend making process gets more and more difficult the older you get. The difficulty of this situation is compounded by leaving the familiarity of the college setting and gets even more difficult if you relocate for a job or other reason.
You read that right, making friends is no longer going to be the easy thing it once was. But what are you supposed to do? Live out the rest of your days alone and lonely, without a friend on the planet? Of course not, that would be silly. Just because it is harder to make friends as you get older does not mean there are not friendships to be made out there.
Here are four great ways to make new friends in a new location:
1. Join Stuff. Think back to your college days. How did you meet most of your friends? Most likely, you met them in the dorm you lived in, or the classes that you had to take as prerequisites for your major.