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    (Original post by Anon319413)
    Hi Everyone,

    I really do not want to ramble much so I will keep this short; I have to get this out of my chest as I have never spoken about this to anyone. I have never even written anything like this on a forum before but I really have to now.

    A bit of a background about me; I suffer through a lot of Non-Physical health problems so meeting new people for me is really difficult (Could've spent a whole paragraph or 2 to explain this a bit more).

    I also attended an all boys secondary school and had never ever participated in an extracurricular activity before so I never had an opportunity to speak to women.

    In 2015 (when I was a first year student at uni) I met a girl at an networking event for finance which was catered to students with disability. This girl had just graduated from Cambridge and was doing a second undergraduate at my university (a well regarded London uni).

    I really hit it off with her and we spoke for quite a bit. The person was really pretty, nice and intelligent. She was the one that carried the conversation and was really into it. She was also very classy and elegant.

    The problem with me was that I decided to go to this networking event in the last minute and wore a really old suit that looked so bad which made me lack the confidence to ask her for her number. I mean anyway she studied at my uni so I figured I would just see her around then I could ask her when I was dressed nicer.

    The problem was I never saw her again; I assumed she just dropped out as she already had a degree anyway. I remembered that I did not even get her name.

    I have never spoke to anyone like that and don't think I will anytime soon.

    My uni course is filled with international students who stick to themselves and the fact I commute from home makes it even difficult for me to meet new people. My only hope to meet someone at uni is just to randomly talk to a stranger which I don't have in me.

    Writing this made me really sad and I know I could have wrote this a lot better. Thanks for reading
    Hey chick.
    I am sorry this made you sad. But just remember, this isn't the end, you still have plenty of time to meet someone and uni is a great place to do it - even for commuters!

    Have you thought of joining a society at uni? I find they are a great way to meet people, and everyone is usually really friendly. Some unis even have disability societies, for people of any disability to meet to others who also have difficulties.

    I know talking to people can be hard but don't put yourself down. Your writing is great There is no need to be ashamed or apologies for anything. I believe in you.
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    (Original post by Lissy14)
    Hey chick.
    I am sorry this made you sad. But just remember, this isn't the end, you still have plenty of time to meet someone and uni is a great place to do it - even for commuters!

    Have you thought of joining a society at uni? I find they are a great way to meet people, and everyone is usually really friendly. Some unis even have disability societies, for people of any disability to meet to others who also have difficulties.

    I know talking to people can be hard but don't put yourself down. Your writing is great There is no need to be ashamed or apologies for anything. I believe in you.
    Thanks Lissy for replying but I am actually a final year student now and my days of societies are behind me.
 
 
 
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