I moved to a new city and no one will talk to me!


I recently moved to a new city and, so far, it’s been really tough to make any friends. Everyone seems to be really busy and it’s hard to strike up conversations with people. I’ve been to a few meetups and social events, but it feels like everyone is already in their own cliques and it’s hard to break into them.

I work from home, so that doesn’t help either. I don’t have any colleagues to chat with during lunch breaks or to go for after work drinks with. I’ve tried joining some online forums and groups for people who live in my city, but it’s just not the same as having real life friends.

I’m starting to feel really lonely and isolated, and it’s starting to get me down. I miss having someone to talk to about everyday things, and to share experiences with. I know it’s only been a few weeks, but I’m really hoping that I’ll be able to make some friends soon.


  1. It sounds like you’re feeling really lonely and isolated in your new city. I’m so sorry that it’s been tough for you to make friends. It can be really hard to break into social groups, but don’t give up hope! Try attending more events and joining more online forums or groups. You’ll find the perfect group of friends eventually.

  2. I’m sorry to hear that you’re having a tough time making friends in your new city. It can be really hard to break into social groups, especially when everyone seems to already know each other. Have you tried joining any hobby or interest groups? That’s often a good way to meet people with similar interests. You could also try reaching out to people you see around town – strike up conversations with people at the coffee shop, or people walking their dogs, for example. Sometimes all it takes is one person to take the initiative and start talking, and you might be surprised at how friendly and receptive people can be.

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