But, overall, I 'm very anti-classes. If you are paying for something it is usually not the best place to find friends (with the exception of college). Unless the class has the same group of people who meet frequently (like a college Salsa classes), you won 't make them your friends. So dance class, work out classes, etc. are all really a waste of your time. Unfortunately, these businesses, like a lot of other businesses, are trying to take advantage of lonely people.
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Again, assuming you are a shy introvert since you are reading this, you should go only for the positive people and skip the neutral or negative.
Since you are still having trouble making friends in a group you like they are probably neutral (or, hopefully not, secretly negative or shallow).
Keep searching for groups that are crazy about you. Remember, "Don 't stay where you are tolerated, go where you are celebrated." Maybe they don 't really like you that much and are just tolerating you. In that situation, they 'll try to get rid of you eventually.
People will only be your friend if you have something to offer. It 's easier to be friends with the opposite sex because you have something to offer (reproduction). But I 'm not saying you have to be rich to be friends with the same sex (you don 't want friends who are just after your resources).
Instead, focus on making them feel good, take care of them, and put them first.
Remember, if you want a friend you have to be a friend.
What if the culture is wrong? Not the group, per se, but like the town or state I 'm living in?
That 's a hard