I'm currently in my first year at sixth form college and I can honestly say that I have never felt so isolated and alone before. I've been at the school for around five years and in those five years I have lost two best friends and the respect of a whole bunch of other people. For some reason, I seem to just push people away from me, I've lost so many people as friends. I don't know why, but there are some extremely *****y girls at my school. If I say one thing, it will be twisted and made to appear *****y and then spread around to the school so that when I return the next day, no-one is talking to me. There is this one other girl whom I loathe. She lives for arguments and fall-outs within people. She loves causing problems between friends and annoys the **** out of me. To make matters worse, she has a lot more friends to back her up then I do, so its not as if everyone else notices how much of a mean bully she is. I feel so alone, everyday I spend my days alone, at lunch, at break, I sit alone on the coach on every school trip we go to. I've been thinking about transferring to another sixth form college to continue with my A-levels in Year 13, does anyone know how this will work? I'm used to being alone but now I feel as though I have no-one to support me or turn to.
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- Thread Starter
- 27-03-2011 10:41
- 27-03-2011 10:51
I'm sorry, I have no advice for you.
Except, please paragraph.
- 27-03-2011 10:55
Just don't say anything that couldn't considered be nice about someone ever again. Keep anything that could be interpreted the wrong way, or is just straight-out mean in your head (how am I considered one of the nicest people in my group of friends? Just this).
You have to take some things into consideration - is it really worth transferring? Would the other sixth form have the same teaching standard, do they use the same exam boards? I'll be honest, if it was me in this situation I think I'd just stick it out and remain solitary until uni. I don't see my friends much due to timetable differences, so I'm solitary the majority of the time (and doing work because of it, so it could be considered a good thing). If I have lunch then I have it alone too, sneaked under a textbook in the library