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Finding a new friendship group watch

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    I think I've indirectly left my current friendship group. Unfortunately it is not practical to find a new one at school(I hang out with some people but they don't have much of a social life). I'm currently in year 12 so a fresh breed of sixth formers will be joining us next year but the problem is that it's difficult to make sure that I take the right approach. I don't want to force something or come across as a creep so I feel like I need a suitable alternative.

    Due to my job, I already have Thursdays and most of my Saturdays taken away. How can I get around this?
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    Try and fit in social groups during the time that you're free. Making friends isn't easy, so don't expect immediate results.
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    (Original post by thecatwithnohat)
    Try and fit in social groups during the time that you're free. Making friends isn't easy, so don't expect immediate results.
    :ditto:
 
 
 
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