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    I'm in my second year of Uni but before I started my second year I was staying in touch with a couple of friends from my town. I got caught up in work and forgot to talk to them as often and then when I sent them texts they did not reply. I tried a couple of times but still no reply. Then in the summer I decided to try one more time where I invited everyone friends and people I knew to a day in town, before we went back to Uni. To catch up. But no one replied. Not even some of my friends I thought didn't have a issue with me. And it hurt a lot. Should I have tried harder, is this my fault I didn't contact them enough before even though they didn't contact me either around that time? I just don't get it. Because of that day I now only speak to one friend from my hometown. Should I have tried harder after to get back friends with them? Or is it me? I haven't tried contacting any of them since that I invited them because I was hurt no one replied and still am hurt.
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    You ignored them, for a long time, it wasn't bad enough you were moving you also ignored them. I'm really not surprised and you only have yourself to blame for being selfish.
 
 
 
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