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    my friendship group at college has recently split up and one of our friends is trying to be above everyone else and act too mature. This means that she is deciding daily who she wants to be friends with and it ignoring us. Every day she'll either speak to us or completely ignore us.
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    my friendship group at college has recently split up and one of our friends is trying to be above everyone else and act too mature. This means that she is deciding daily who she wants to be friends with and it ignoring us. Every day she'll either speak to us or completely ignore us.
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    She sounds immature. She's not above anyone, you're better off without her.
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    This is normal.

    I can say this definitely though, not many people I know have stayed particularly close with their college friends.
    I only speak to one or two college friends regularly, the rest we've drifted or fallen out with.
    You'll make friends as you move on in life and this argument won't matter too much to you soon
 
 
 
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