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    So I have just come back to 6th form for year 13 and I am hating it, I only have 2 friends, maybe 3 and all I do every lunchtime is sit in the computer room. At my old school I used to be really popular and sociable but as soon as I had to move to a new school that my friends weren't at (because I didn't get the grades) I have become shy and my confidence is suffering, even when I hang out with my old friends. Just wanted to know if anyone has any advice to help me become how I used to be again and overcome these fears, also, this kid in 6th form who is quite popular has taken a dislike to me because I was texting his sister and keeps trying to stare me down, he also hangs around with my 2/3 friends in the 6th form and this is also affecting me being able to just go into the common room or at a lunch table and hang out with them.
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    (Original post by dellplug)
    So I have just come back to 6th form for year 13 and I am hating it, I only have 2 friends, maybe 3 and all I do every lunchtime is sit in the computer room. At my old school I used to be really popular and sociable but as soon as I had to move to a new school that my friends weren't at (because I didn't get the grades) I have become shy and my confidence is suffering, even when I hang out with my old friends. Just wanted to know if anyone has any advice to help me become how I used to be again and overcome these fears, also, this kid in 6th form who is quite popular has taken a dislike to me because I was texting his sister and keeps trying to stare me down, he also hangs around with my 2/3 friends in the 6th form and this is also affecting me being able to just go into the common room or at a lunch table and hang out with them.
    First I'd tackle this guy whose sister you were texting. If he was going to do something, he would do it by now. You just text his sister, as long as there was nothing else, there's nothing to worry about. Once that is out of the way, which technically is, try getting involved with your friends more by going out, it will make you feel sooooo much better.
 
 
 
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