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I meet people while volunteering or out and about running errands or at the bookstore or library.
People are very nice and talkative here, and you can carry on some interesting conversations with total strangers at the right moment, relaxing in a coffee shop or waiting for your food or whatever... I'm a transplant here, and we also lived in CA and WA each for one year. You get close with people real quick, and your neighbors become like family.
I wouldn't risk it unless you have a solid, secure position with an organization.....people just don't seem to put a lot of effort into making new friends.
Hmmm...interesting, people in my native Seattle are ALSO very friendly..will talk to you on the streets..it's much easier to make friends than my current location in Arizona...
I wouldn't risk it unless you have a solid, secure position with an organization.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.Down here in AZ, NM, I really miss the spontaneity in talking to your neighbors and others on the streets! In fact, I got FIRED in Albuquerque for providing "too much customer service," talking to the customers too much. I've met several people from Oregon down here and they don't like it. As a result, the business was open for an extra 1.5 hrs, and I deferred non-essential duties for the next morning. As for your experiences in Texas, let's see: Extraversion - moderately high, at 16 points Open to Experience, moderately high, at 17 Conscientiousness, moderate at 18 With that fairly high Extrovert score, your experience in Texas makes sense.