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    Hey guys, I need advice.
    I've been having friendship problems all the way through year 12, as my bestfriend of 15 years decided to leave my school - within the first week of year 12- leaving me alone. I've been experimenting with so many different groups in my year, but every 'group' has been together for at least 3 years...making it so so difficult to fit in, etc. When I did find a group that I felt comfortable with, it turned out the majority didn't want me with them. I'm at a point where I just don't know what to do, and I want this to be sorted before year 13 - so I have no silly distractions like this?

    Would really appreciate logical advice, thank you!!
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    You solved the problem with your title. Just have no friends and keep in contact with the ones that you used to be friends with. You'll get a lot more done without trying to fit into another group of friends or worrying about it too much. Just stay 'lonely'. It'll be easier.
 
 
 
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