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    Over the past 2-3 years, I have had slightly chequered relationships with my friends and we have fallen out on several occasions. Now, I am looking to move on, as I cannot maintain a friendship with them anymore. The trouble is, I do not know how to move on. Every time I try and do this, I am always finding myself drawn to them and I am getting nowhere. How would be the best way to approach this? I really need to do this now as I am starting to study for my A Levels and I need to be happy with myself.
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    Well seeing as you're about to start a levels you have an oppurtunity for a new start! If you're going to a separate college to your secondary school it'll be easy to make friends because everyone is new and it's quite common to become part of an entirely new friendship group.
    You may still be at the school you're at now of course but either way, you will have at least some different class mates.
    Also I think a level life is probably busier than GCSE so you and your old friends are likely to have different schedules, making it easier to avoid them.
    Don't let their treatment of you stop you from being content. I hope this helps, you're a bit vague with what you're asking haha but I wish you luck in making new friends and finding happiness!
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    Well seeing as you're about to start a levels you have an oppurtunity for a new start! If you're going to a separate college to your secondary school it'll be easy to make friends because everyone is new and it's quite common to become part of an entirely new friendship group.
    You may still be at the school you're at now of course but either way, you will have at least some different class mates.
    Also I think a level life is probably busier than GCSE so you and your old friends are likely to have different schedules, making it easier to avoid them.
    Don't let their treatment of you stop you from being content. I hope this helps, you're a bit vague with what you're asking haha but I wish you luck in making new friends and finding happiness!

    Thanks
 
 
 
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