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I know this won't be particularly helpful but maybe at least you'll feel less alone.
> How does everyone else do life
> How do you go from having no friends to being satisfied when you move place, how do you meet people, how do you do anything
I don't. I make acquaintances, sometimes, through hobbies. It's very. very, rare that I ever see people outside the times and places of the execution of these hobbies, though.
I honestly feel like the further we get from our university age years the harder it is to make friends. Back then someone would always be holding a party at their place on any given weekend, and I'd go home with 4 o 5 or more new "friends" or phone numbers (this being back in the stone ages before smart phones). Now I'm well outside of that age group, everyone seems more or less busy with their own life, everyone's always tired, most people I knew back then aren't even in the same country any more never mind the same town, and to be honest I barely have time to meet people for a chat anyway.
Weekends are the loneliest time, weekends and the long dark 6pm - 11pm teatime of the soul, as Douglas Adams called it.
I used to play 40k 2nd Ed and Warhammer 4th Ed when I was a nipper and there's no way I'd play the current cheese fest that it's turned into. Blood Bowl still looks fun, (more an actual game and not just a way to bleed you dry on buying new models every revision depending on what is buffed and what is nerfed each time around) but the primary games themselves just no longer appeal. The amount of fluff that is retconned each time around also really rumples my crumpets.
Sage for obvious reasons.