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    Recently I realised all my friends are ignoring me, I mean all of them and I don't understand what's going on. I text I called but they never called back. I knew they went to some clubs last week but didn't invite me although we usually go out together. Christmas is coming and I'm staying alone in the Uni hall, all my flatmates went back to their countries( so I'm the only one left in the whole flat), my parents are far away and the usual group of friends ignore me so I definitely will stay in the room during Christmas.
    Please give me any opinions what should I do now or at least what to do during Christmas, I'm lonely and sad as ****.. Thanks.
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    Christmas dinner round mine?
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    Try and re-connect with them, or maybe go find some new friends. Christmas is a perfect chance to socialise, it's something to talk about to new people. "Merry Xmas! You having a good holiday? Planning to see the family?" etc.etc. You can never have enough friends, no point sitting inside and feeling lonely, go out and meet new people
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    Sit about and feel sorry for yourself.

    By the time you come out of it, you'll feel refreshed and realize you could be homeless and begging for change in -10 degrees on a footpath. Works for me.

    If people ignore you, **** them, new friends please. If people you try to connect with ignore you, **** them too. Don't be the filler in the group, IE the one that's just ''there''. It sucks.
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    (Original post by Xhotas)
    Try and re-connect with them, or maybe go find some new friends. Christmas is a perfect chance to socialise, it's something to talk about to new people. "Merry Xmas! You having a good holiday? Planning to see the family?" etc.etc. You can never have enough friends, no point sitting inside and feeling lonely, go out and meet new people
    Thanks mate, I'll go to the pub tomorrow to have a few drinks


    (Original post by chrislpp)
    Sit about and feel sorry for yourself.

    By the time you come out of it, you'll feel refreshed and realize you could be homeless and begging for change in -10 degrees on a footpath. Works for me.

    If people ignore you, **** them, new friends please. If people you try to connect with ignore you, **** them too. Don't be the filler in the group, IE the one that's just ''there''. It sucks.
    That's so true. Thanks a lot, it really cheers me up
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    (Original post by rawwwwr!)
    Christmas dinner round mine?
    Aw you are so sweet
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    i'm still at uni over christmas. everyone has left. think i'm going crazy
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Recently I realised all my friends are ignoring me, I mean all of them and I don't understand what's going on. I text I called but they never called back. I knew they went to some clubs last week but didn't invite me although we usually go out together. Christmas is coming and I'm staying alone in the Uni hall, all my flatmates went back to their countries( so I'm the only one left in the whole flat), my parents are far away and the usual group of friends ignore me so I definitely will stay in the room during Christmas.
    Please give me any opinions what should I do now or at least what to do during Christmas, I'm lonely and sad as ****.. Thanks.

    What chrislpp said.
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    Loneliness is just one face of depression, I take swings every month or so, I don't talk to anyone, take anything, I just find the little things and even though it can get pretty bad, tears and all, I wake up the next day laughing at it, getting it all out.

    I don't think I'm bi-polar or whatever but anyway, I had an experience like that 2005 new year's. I think when you get so drunk on the feelings it's a better experience in life. Next time it happens, and it will, you won't care as much.
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    (Original post by chrislpp)
    Loneliness is just one face of depression, I take swings every month or so, I don't talk to anyone, take anything, I just find the little things and even though it can get pretty bad, tears and all, I wake up the next day laughing at it, getting it all out.

    I don't think I'm bi-polar or whatever but anyway, I had an experience like that 2005 new year's. I think when you get so drunk on the feelings it's a better experience in life. Next time it happens, and it will, you won't care as much.
    But this is different, she would be depressed because she is lonely.

    OP, what is it you want to do, given the circumstances?
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    Get active, do something to take your mind off your roneriness.
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    Go and volunteer in a residential home or homeless shelter over Xmas. Then you will see what loneliness really looks like.

    I know it's tough being on your own for christmas, but having a greater perspective will suddenly make you feel incredibly privileged.
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    I was in my uni house alone over Christmas last year and it was rubbish! A couple of weeks beforehand I tried to get voluntary work for the holidays but surprisingly, all of those positions are filled in November - they're in surprisingly high demand! I just sat around reading books, watching TV and eating egg on toast..

    Which city are you in?
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    Try meet up with your friends? Explain to them how you feel, if their your true friends then they'd understand, why don't you go home for Christmas? Or there's got to be other people around the area you could be friends with? Hope things get better for you
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Recently I realised all my friends are ignoring me, I mean all of them and I don't understand what's going on. I text I called but they never called back. I knew they went to some clubs last week but didn't invite me although we usually go out together. Christmas is coming and I'm staying alone in the Uni hall, all my flatmates went back to their countries( so I'm the only one left in the whole flat), my parents are far away and the usual group of friends ignore me so I definitely will stay in the room during Christmas.
    Please give me any opinions what should I do now or at least what to do during Christmas, I'm lonely and sad as ****.. Thanks.
    I am alone on Christmas too. So sad. I live in London, so if someone lives there too...
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    (Original post by rawwwwr!)
    Christmas dinner round mine?
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    (Original post by Schroedinger's Pandora)
    I was in my uni house alone over Christmas last year and it was rubbish! A couple of weeks beforehand I tried to get voluntary work for the holidays but surprisingly, all of those positions are filled in November - they're in surprisingly high demand! I just sat around reading books, watching TV and eating egg on toast..

    Which city are you in?
    So sad. I don't want to end up like that. I live in London, where do live?
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    (Original post by SoulfulBoy)
    ...looking for an invite aswell?

    xD
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    (Original post by rawwwwr!)
    ...looking for an invite aswell?

    xD
    Can I come!? I'll bring cake!
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    (Original post by joey11223)
    Can I come!? I'll bring cake!

    The more the merrier But it has to be a xmas cake with marzipan nomnomnom! :sogood:
 
 
 
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