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I feel lonely . I've moved to a new town for a new job, initially it started off well, as I was socialising with work colleagues, that tailed away as some got in to relationships etc. I don't really get on with my flatmates, they're ok but we're 'different' people. They're slightly younger and just want to get drunk all the time.

I want to expand my social circle, meet new people, how do I do this? Apart from joining clubs etc any suggestions?
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Maybe hang around the people you already know and try to meet new people through them so if they wanted to go to a pub and get drunk you could go so you don't arrive alone and try to talk to some new people while you are there.
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(Original post by inspector_me)
Maybe hang around the people you already know and try to meet new people through them so if they wanted to go to a pub and get drunk you could go so you don't arrive alone and try to talk to some new people while you are there.
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Potentially; but the nights out aren't as frequent which is why I'm keen to meet new people outside of current circumstances.
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I feel lonely . I've moved to a new town for a new job, initially it started off well, as I was socialising with work colleagues, that tailed away as some got in to relationships etc. I don't really get on with my flatmates, they're ok but we're 'different' people. They're slightly younger and just want to get drunk all the time.

I want to expand my social circle, meet new people, how do I do this? Apart from joining clubs etc any suggestions?
What town?

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What town?

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I'm in Cheshire
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I'm in Cheshire
Awww, don't know much about there. Sorry

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Potentially; but the nights out aren't as frequent which is why I'm keen to meet new people outside of current circumstances.
do your work friends not really go out then?
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do your work friends not really go out then?
No not as much now
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Hmm that's a shame. I guess you could always go out on your own just to a pub or summat but you don't need to come here to hear that!
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It's very hard to meet new people as an adult. I've learn't that already at uni.

You won't always meet friends that were as good as your old friends either. I am finding it hard to replace them myself.
It stinks doesn't it?
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