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    I always end up falling out with people and I hate relying on others. It's so much more relaxing not being in a relationship or even being close to one of my best friends who I had a fall out with as I had to change my daily routine for her.

    But yea, I've finished uni now, met about 1000 people in total there, and I just can't be bothered meeting new people.

    I did want a relationship before, but now I don't at this moment in time as I like my own space.
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    The thing is though is that if someone requires you to change yourself for them you're not actually their friend.
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    Same, I prefer being single
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    That's all good! Spend time with yourself, but remember to interact with your friends, they're your friends for a reason, right? Just do what makes you happy, and don't let people be reckless with your heart, abide by your own rules, do what you feel. Best of luck.
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    i gave up on a lot of the non-constructive people in my life the people who wanted to just be 9-5ers etc etc and i keep the achievers and now I'm a pro a what i do and they are to as we all link in our dealings for one reason or another
 
 
 
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