In the city you are bound to meet a few good eggs. My initial way of meeting people was through playing games like pool, table tennis, squash, bowls, bowling, McDonalds and walking in the park. Recreational activities like going out to restaurants, nightclubs and walking up and down the high street. Going into mobile phone shops and asking about the newest technology.
Where history of relationships advice begins. Visiting the local hospitals, institutes and various meetings that use many different languages. I also recommend various charities that helped me twelve years ago get settled in the city. They helped me find accommodation which is an over the phone task, a numbers game and requires initially someone else who knows what they are doing and know the area to speak to the landlords. There is help out there. I have also received help from various church’s and organisations. To keep my mind active I reverted to other hobbies that I knew like art, poetry, photography and going to the cinema. The reason why I mention this is not waffle but to find some sort of common ground.
It’s so easy to say something that will offend, especially when the only readers reading this already know a little bit about me. Facebook friends who social network with me and share there lifestyle and ability to easily adapt and use the latest methods of communications and reading history of relationships advice.
Other help that I find useful living in the city has been going to live events, listening to people speak one to one between the breaks. I always ask questions, I try and be as polite and as well behaved as possible and overall have a good understanding of people, the things that happen and the importance of being able to tell our story. Some people can tease this out more than others. The starting point can be as honest as you like, the older you get and more opportunity you get to tell it, the more awake your listeners maybe. And if you’re all alone and telling and unprepared story this could backfire and put you to sleep. The flip-side of this is you could be up all night talking a lot of rubbish to people, keeping them awake and not really getting any place. It’s easy with talking to get caught up on a merry go round of same old, same old and never actually achieve anything. History of relationships advice shows; however don’t underestimate this skill because any repeatable and natural skill you have will really help.
Some of the best advice I have ever been given is this.
If you do not know what to do, keeping walking around the block, around and around till you do. Don’t stop until an answer comes to you or you get tired or obviously if it gets late.
Anywhere else as I now understands it you are going to get suggestions of what to do from other people. You have to experience this sort of help too. Its great spending a bit of time with friendly people and finding out what they do, how they live there life and get to know their friends, family, fellowship and clients. Each interaction reveals a deeper layer about why people are good at what they do, how they developed ethos and skills. You maybe to busy for all this, not really interested in other people or my story for that matter. Like I said in the beginning you are going to meet good eggs but not all of them are going to fit in one basket. Although the city is relatively large, the world is often quite small. Types of people are very similar. There are many differences that can develop. What team you support, the trade in which you operate, conflict of opinions developed early like scouts of sea cadets. This governs history of relationship advice.
I’m tempted to say before all this knowledge I couldn’t even boil and egg but this is simply not my experience. I think its safe to say me; my family, distant families and brethren's all like cooking. Each has developed own independence and keeps in touch through social networking. It’s actually quite nice to keep people at arms distance and greet people accordingly. The things you can learn from other cultures again is extremely enriching and can also help stretch out things when writing. However online messages are now short and shrift so for today I will leave it there. Thanks for reading.