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    I am currently a final year university student and I really enjoyed the first two years. But this year I have found it very hard to settle in.


    For the first two years I had a big friendship group and socialised a lot. But this year it is not the same as some of my friends have graduated the group has kind of dispersed. I still have a good relationship with the group and I still live with one of them. But we do not really hang out now. I found a new group at the beginning of the year but since I started going out with one of the guys the rest of the group have kind of stopped inviting me to things and in my opinion don't like me anymore.


    I have coursemates and i was close with one person in particular but recently we have sort of fallen out, which is a whole other story. I'm getting really depressed because the only person I seem to hang out with is my boyfriend, and obviously I like to hang out with him, but I want other friends too. I have a hard time opening up and I told this friend this but when we fell out they moaned that I talked about my issues to them, so I don't feel like I have anyone to talk to.


    I have no reason to be depressed, I have an amazing boyfriend and I have friends but not close ones at university that I can speak to and hang out with. The whole situation is getting me down and I really don't know what to do, I really want to talk to someone but I don't have anyone and I feel so alone.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I am currently a final year university student and I really enjoyed the first two years. But this year I have found it very hard to settle in.


    For the first two years I had a big friendship group and socialised a lot. But this year it is not the same as some of my friends have graduated the group has kind of dispersed. I still have a good relationship with the group and I still live with one of them. But we do not really hang out now. I found a new group at the beginning of the year but since I started going out with one of the guys the rest of the group have kind of stopped inviting me to things and in my opinion don't like me anymore.


    I have coursemates and i was close with one person in particular but recently we have sort of fallen out, which is a whole other story. I'm getting really depressed because the only person I seem to hang out with is my boyfriend, and obviously I like to hang out with him, but I want other friends too. I have a hard time opening up and I told this friend this but when we fell out they moaned that I talked about my issues to them, so I don't feel like I have anyone to talk to.


    I have no reason to be depressed, I have an amazing boyfriend and I have friends but not close ones at university that I can speak to and hang out with. The whole situation is getting me down and I really don't know what to do, I really want to talk to someone but I don't have anyone and I feel so alone.
    What about your boyfriend, can you not talk to him about this?
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    You are in your last year. Never mind the social life, you've only got a few months left. Go for the grade.

    Six months from now those people will be just part of your history anyway.
 
 
 
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