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    well this will probably sound abit pathetic, but i was wondering if anyone could give me some advice.

    The thing is i dont know why my friend is not getting in touch with me or replying to any of my messages. I dont have that many friends and at the moment i'm feeling abit lonely. I used to go college with my friend so saw her a few times a week but then college finished a few weeks ago. However i still saw my friend at least once a week. The last time i saw her however was alittle over a week ago and i got a txt of her which she seemed fine with me in it and said that she would tell me all about stuff when she saw me.. however that was a week ago and ive text her since but shes not replyed. She has sometimes text me a day late or something like that but shes always got back to me.

    ive text her a few times during the week and rang her once but got no reply. Do you think she just wants time alone? i feel i might have done someting wrong, but i cant think of anything and also she was fine with me in the last text. I'm also worried that she is having problems of some sort. I know its pathetic, just feeling lonely at the moment..

    so should i try get in touch with her again? or give it some time and see if she gets in touch with me?

    oh and where is the best place to meet new people? i have trouble socialising..any advice would be great :confused:
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