Im in my fourth year of university in London and have just moved in with people I was friends with at highschool. Weve all been to uni and moved away from home but kept in touch and one of them is still my closest friend. Thing is, i always throught when I moved away from home I would have this whole different life with new friends.
Ive made friends at uni but only 2 people that i could call proper friends, i have no set 'group' of friends here, only seperate groups of people that i hang out with often. I feel like I shouldn't move in with people from home because this will somehow be me going backwards, even though I think it will be really fun, does this mean I havent developed as a person?
Does living with highschool friends mean I'm going backwards? watch
- Thread Starter
- 25-02-2016 14:02
- 25-02-2016 15:44
- 25-02-2016 15:46
This is a good thing! You have 100 years to develop as a person.
If you eat your vegetables anyway.
- 25-02-2016 15:50
No, be friends with whoever your best friends are! If you've got the opportunity to stay with people that you like and respect each other, then there's nothing better than that
- 25-02-2016 15:55
Nah you're good, that's what I do!