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    So I recently started a new sixth form back in september. I made friends within the first two weeks, some from my lessons and by meeting some. Then I went with a group of girls who seemed nice, became friends with them and they became my group of friends. Recently things started going downhill, and these 2 girls, part of my friendship group, became really close. They started leaving me and another girl behind, going out without us, just generally isolating my friend and me. Now one of the two close friends has a boyfriend, which makes things even worse, as we dont even talk as we used to.

    The issue i have is that I really dont know if they actually want to be friends with me. I know this sounds quite petty but I just moved to a new school, so making friends again right now would be harder than back in september. Should I go to the people who are currently in my lessons and sort of become closer with them or make new friends? I have no idea.
    (constructive comments please)

    Honestly I know if I've ever felt like I'm being left out I start to focus on moving on. The way I see it I wouldn't do that to anyone so why am I allowing it to happen to me. But that's me.

    Maybe you can try talking to them about it but I doubt you'll change things.

    I would definitely start looking to make some new friends
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