No Friends? How to Make More Friends! - Episode #11
Acceptance Into an Existing Group Of Friends
Don't expect to be best pals with people in the group right from the beginning. Every group has its own personality, and as a result you need to figure out what makes it tick. This is true for groups of casual friends and for those in a more formalized group, like book clubs or teams.
Groups may have people coming and going a lot, so if they don't warm up to you right away, don't take it personally. They may initially assume that you're going to be yet another person who signs up for their group and then quits. When group members know they can trust you as someone who wants to be a part of their circle, acceptance will be easier.
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