PS: forgot to say it's free and you don't have to book.
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Nobody knows your age, gender, interests or anything about you.
All we know is that you live in Dulwich and are sadly recently bereaved.
As has been suggested, a good way to make friends is by joining a group of people who have the same interests as you.
Is there any reason why you don't want to do that?
Also, would it not be easier to do if you got some support first to help you cope with the bereavement? Several people (ETA on your other thread) have suggested ways to do that.
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Do you have information we don't have, moondancer?
You are still very welcome to join; you can pick up the details for "What's on in East Dulwich"
All the best,
I have also tried to help natty a few weeks ago I gave my email address and natty replyed saying do I want to meet up in pub or cafe I said it would be coffee in day time but we could email each other first as I no nothing about natty other than the two theads on forum the bereavement one and making friends
I heard nothing after that lots of people have given help and advice but natty seems to still put things on forum about friends and the bereavement one
I have since wished natty all the best and hope natty gets the help, no one seems to know if natty is male or female I fully understand depression so was surprised natty did not take up offer if chatting through email as natty can put posts on forum
Depressed, sad, vulnerable or whatever, you're fit enough to post and start new threads.
So start communicating beyond the one liners.