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“I’m not just friends with them out of convenience like when you’re thrown into a class with people at college.

We all share a love of games and that bonds us.” Twenty-seven-year-old Ruth moved to Dublin just over a year ago and it’s also her first night friendship-seeking. “I found it hard to meet new people ever since moving here. “They all have families and young children to go home to in the evenings and nobody is interested in going out.

“This can most certainly lead to feelings of depression, isolation and also may call into question a persons worth.

“If a person begins to feel in this way, seeking out help is vital, whether it is speaking about how you are feeling with a friend or family member or going to a professional to discover what the source of these feelings are.

He notes that other, cross-sectional studies have revealed positive associations with Facebook use, but notes that his is the first to study subjective well-being over time.Then they move on to the next guy or girl with smiles, handshakes and introductions.I hand over my €10 and in return get a piece of paper with two columns labelled “Name” and “Contact” and the chance to make new friends. He’s 31, from Mongolia and works in data analytics.“When we’re living as expats we tend to be very outgoing and sociable but here at home people tend to stick to their own friendship groups,” he says.“People are trying to connect with each other in new and different ways now though.

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