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Due to me going to my second choice university and geographic proximity. I was not eligible for halls accommodation and of course have to commute in.

I was resentful in the first year as I feel I have missed out on the experience of independence and social horizons making friends etc. This dissipated but now I'm in second year I still feel lonely and isolated. The uni I go to is quite sporty and I don't do anything competitive, (I do work out in a gym) also as a gay guy I feel unrepresented and slightly more isolated as a result. My parents are also on my case a lot of the time and now most of my friends have moved away I may feel more trapped, has anyone had similar experience or have any strategy to help with this issue?
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Have you tried joining any societies, for instance seeing if there is a LGBT society?
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Anonymous #1
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None of them interest me that much, and as I said they arent visible or even there lol
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