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    I have been feeling so down recently as I have been so lonely at school. I have been asking an old friend from elsewhere for advice, but I think that I had made them hate me and never want to hear from me again.

    They advised me to get stuck into people and told me not to hold back on doing it before closing by writing something like:

    'But don't be too keen as people hare that. There's another balance to be found here and it's up to you to find it'.

    Does what they finished on suggest that they hate me and never want to speak to me again? Does 'its up to you to find it' suggest that they don't want to hear from me anymore? Also, does this suggest that they hate me now?

    I do think in hindsight that I was contacting him quite frequently, about once a month for a period of about 6 months, but only because I was feeling so down and lonely. Living with Aspergers is so difficult for me - I always feel lonely. I don't think they realise how low I have been feeling.
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    I meant to say that they said 'don't be too keen as people hate that...' (I mistakenly typed 'hare')
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    I think you're reading into it too much. I mean, I think their advice was correct - nobody likes someone being all up in their face. It's the balance that makes it work.
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    (Original post by bloodredbeat)
    I think you're reading into it too much. I mean, I think their advice was correct - nobody likes someone being all up in their face. It's the balance that makes it work.
    Do you think that I have made them angry at me and never want to speak to me again?
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    (Original post by Tomm98)
    Do you think that I have made them angry at me and never want to speak to me again?
    No, I don't. As I said, I think they were just giving you the best advice they could and they weren't wrong with it.

    It might bother them slightly that you only ever contact them when you are feeling low and needing advice; why not try to stay in contact a little more, talk about the boring day-to-day stuff, ask how they are, etc.
 
 
 
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