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    I have always been friends with many people, I enjoy talking a socialising with them in a school environment. Also, if people need any help or just need a listening ear , they almost always ask me. I'm not a perfect friend, but I'm nearly always there for them. What's bothering me is that no one thinks to invite me anywhere. Yes, I do go out with friends sometimes- but I always have to initiate it. I've hardly ever got an invited from the other side, yet when they need help with their Maths homework, they'll text straightaway.
    Any suggestions as how I could deal with this as its getting me down...
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    Start doing stuff on a quid pro quo basis. If people start to help you, help them.
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    (Original post by an_atheist)
    Start doing stuff on a quid pro quo basis. If people start to help you, help them.
    Thanks, it seems like this is how the world works really..x
 
 
 
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