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    I left uni in December, due to not liking my course, and at the time my main plan was simply to return there to do a different course. I applied to other universities as well just in case. My reasons for wanting to go back were that I liked the city, the sports team I was in, I had some good friends and I had also just started talking to a girl I'd liked for a while. I felt pretty depressed after I left, this affected my mindset and so I messed up with the girl by just not showing her enough interest, I've been back once since two months down the line and suddenly felt like an outsider, obviously everyone has moved on and I don't feel like I fit in at all anymore. I'm now in a dilemma as to whether it would be good for me to return there, as I still love the city and I still have friends there but I'm worried it will be too tinged with sadness for having messed up with the girl of my dreams, and also will feel weird redoing first year with completely different people in the same place. Has anyone been in a similar situation before or got any advice they could give me?
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    I left uni in December, due to not liking my course, and at the time my main plan was simply to return there to do a different course. I applied to other universities as well just in case. My reasons for wanting to go back were that I liked the city, the sports team I was in, I had some good friends and I had also just started talking to a girl I'd liked for a while. I felt pretty depressed after I left, this affected my mindset and so I messed up with the girl by just not showing her enough interest, I've been back once since two months down the line and suddenly felt like an outsider, obviously everyone has moved on and I don't feel like I fit in at all anymore. I'm now in a dilemma as to whether it would be good for me to return there, as I still love the city and I still have friends there but I'm worried it will be too tinged with sadness for having messed up with the girl of my dreams, and also will feel weird redoing first year with completely different people in the same place. Has anyone been in a similar situation before or got any advice they could give me?
    That depends, how close are you with your current friends. I think it would be good to start in a new uni and start completely fresh. You can take what you learnt and apply it to a new place.
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