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    I felt like I needed to make this post, and make it anonymously.
    I'm in a very confusing and frustrating situation currently, and need to know if it is normal, and maybe just get some comments, because I really don't have anybody to discuss my issue with, as I will explain.

    I'm 20 now.
    My last two of years of school went well, I got on well with almost everybody, was very socially active, had a few really good mates, things were going well.
    But now school is over, and has been for two years. We're all in the 'real world' now, and things have slowly fallen apart for me. It seems like everybody who was important in my life, or even who was just a part of it, has left my life, and I am now left with nobody.
    Of course, as you move through life, people come and go, and that's fine, but in a short space of time, everybody has left my life and nobody has entered...
    Anybody been through similar, or who can relate? #WorryingTimes ...

    i have no social life what so ever and i dont see anyone on a day to day basis. youl soon realise you dont actually need friends to get on with life or be happy

    Play pokemon go ... youll feel happy : )

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    Same I went from having quite a few friends in highschool to having basically none in sixthform. I've finished sixth form now and am looking forward to uni and having an opportunity to make friends. This summer I'm going to try and rekindle my friendships I've lost over the years. Maybe you could do that too, don't be afraid to getting touch and keep in contact with old friends. Do you have any family or have they left aswell?

    Everyone needs to make an effort in a relationship, don't forget this.

    Also people do sadly grow apart and many school friends will mainly have been out of convenience. Treasure the memories and move on. You will have very few true friends in your life. Go out and find them.

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