Since leaving for college over a decade ago, I’ve lived a nomadic life. I’ve lived in a few metro cities as well as having a couple of brief overseas stints. Experiencing different cities in a small time period left me little time to immerse myself into all of the social scenes. Life’s circumstances also left me closed off and insecure. I wasn’t really thinking about the importance of letting people fully in. Now that I’m planting roots, I find it necessary to be more sociable and authentic in connecting with new people.
The idea of making new friends in your 30s sounds hard. But it’s a task you have to embrace when moving into a new phase of your life. Read the rest over on Good Men Project.
Any advice or insight on how one can make new friends outside of the conventional environments?