It's 2am and there's a lot of stuff on my mind.
All through GCSE i had plenty of friends and people who i got along with in lessons, and now, since starting sixth form in september it's like BAM: i'm in smaller classes and none of my friends are in them.
Outside of class I have plenty of people to talk to, but as soon as i'm in class the lesson drags and nobody really talks to me.
I feel so lonely and stressed out with sixth form at the moment because it's all a bit too much. I don't really know what to do, any suggestions?
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Sixth form is depressing me watch
- Thread Starter
- 11-01-2017 09:19
- PS Reviewer
- 11-01-2017 14:45
Just focus on the work. Not having friends to distract you may well prove to be a blessing.
- 11-01-2017 23:20
Your social life isn't meant to happen in a classroom. You're there to learn and get A-Levels. Think of the classroom as your workplace. You don't go to work to make friends. You can always meet up with your friends after school or at the weekend. Friendship isn't about constantly being joined at the hip.