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Is it normal to lose friends in sixth form?

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    I stayed at my secondary school's sixth form and so did my friendship group, but since we came back to school we've been distant and conversation isn't as easy as it used to be.
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    sadly, thats the reality of it, some people want to move on, others change, **** happens. If you want to still chat to them then try and make an effort and maintain the friendship so you know at least you tried and if it doesn't work out then oh well sometimes its just space like you can stop talking to someone for a few years and then randomly youll start talking again & catch up. The most important advice I'd say is make new friends, yes you can have your old ones to but keep a variety of friends.
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    That happens at all stages of life, people just drift apart sometimes. :console:
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    rofl ..
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    (Original post by ew_its_nicola)
    I stayed at my secondary school's sixth form and so did my friendship group, but since we came back to school we've been distant and conversation isn't as easy as it used to be.
    wait till you get to uni, that's where 80% of yo friends will disappear
 
 
 
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