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    I left school and got a job and grew distant/fell out with my group of friends and I’ve found it really difficult to make new friends as I don’t go to college and work with older people, also it doesn’t help that I have no hobbies. I’ve been fine on my own for a while but being 17 with no friends is really starting to get me down. Is anyone in a similar situation??😬
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    You could join a few clubs out of your interests?

    You could also join meet up groups online and see what volunatary activities are on from your local library.

    If you feel the need to talk, feel free to PM me.
 
 
 
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