It felt terribly uncomfortable choosing possible future friends based on their looks. Communication with me – which had been responsive and timely for 10 days – ceased 30 minutes prior to our organised meet-up.
I felt dismissive and judgmental from the outset, but knew it was part of the game and the only way to progress forward. Nonchalantly sipping my sad glass of wine alone, I knew then he was never to be heard from again.
Clubs, events and 'eventfriend' all allow members to meet others in their local area.
So if you are looking for new friends, don't wait any longer! “I have been looking for a website offering what you do for ages, but have only recently found this.
By now, most singles have tried–or at least heard of–swiping right for love, with various degrees of success–but what about doing the same for friendship? VINA, a new Tinder-esque app launching today that applies the Tinder approach to matchmaking platonic relationships between women.“It’s super easy to find a date on the Internet, but why isn’t it as easy to find a new friend?
” pondered Olivia June Poole, cofounder and CEO of Hey! “We built this app to solve for our own needs as women who have moved, traveled, changed careers, and shifted lifestyles and life stages.
Through our adult lives we go a lot of places that our existing friendships don’t always support and it becomes time to expand our circles.”The idea came to Poole after she moved to San Francisco, where she knew no one, seven years ago.
She signed up for Ok Cupid, where she found the algorithm great for pairing her with people she would like to be friends with, but not so great at predicting chemistry for potential romances.
”Suzanne Johns Approach PR is a fantastic idea and something I will definitely be recommending to client's, if appropriate.
On the other hand, with everyone focused on clicking, it feels like “connecting” has taken on a new, softer meaning.
Like many women, I often feel like I have 100’s of “friends” and no-one to share my deepest dreams and fears with on a daily basis. Despite all of the challenges, it is still clear that making friends and maintaining worthwhile relationships is essential after 60.
As a family solicitor I often see women who are at a cross roads in their life, re-assessing their lives or simply wish to expand their social circle when the impact of separation or divorce changes so many aspects including friendships, through no particular reason or person's fault.
togetherfriends provides a completely different, unique and unobtrusive platform for women to rebuild themselves and start a new chapter”Fiona Moore, Family Solicitor and Mediator, Moore Family Law “It can be really hard to know where to start making friends if you move to a new area.