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There are a few English-language publications that can be a great source of advice and useful information for expats in particular, like the one you are currently reading – Yabangee.I also highly recommend subscribing to newsletters like Canım Istanbul and Istanbul Daily Secret both of which deliver daily tips on things to do and places to go.It hit me a few weeks after moving to Istanbul two years ago.I was stressed and confused by so many things like accommodation and paperwork, but what struck me the most was the realization that I did not have any friends.

Now the hard part: finding people So you’ve perused all these websites and learned more about life in Istanbul, but how do you actually meet people?

Facebook has a multitude of groups to join, like Foreign Women of Istanbul, Workshops & Trainings in Istanbul or Istanbul Expat Runners.

Communities like Catwalk Istanbul and We Love Istanbul used to organize free walking tours and trips to different parts of the city and hopefully will resume soon.

Researchers found that the older you get, the fewer friends you have.

According to a 2013 study, “while social circles increase through early adulthood, friendship networks peak and start to decrease as you move through your twenties.” When you move to a new country, especially not knowing the local language, the adaptation process may be exacerbated by feelings of loneliness.

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