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    I am really struggling my laziness means that I let all my friendships die and I have made so many awful mistakes I am now left with no friends but noone can really tell I have no friends if that makes sense they just assume I'm with other people because I used to have a decent amount of friends so nobody asks me to sit with them and acts weird when I do being like oh why aren't you sitting with your squad even though I literally have no squad the whole situation is awful I am in year 11 so I do have the option to leave before sixth form would this be a good idea? I am at such a standstill I feel like I'm a fake
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    You have to legally stay in education until you're 17. So if you fail gcses you have another year to take them. It's never been easier to form friendships btw, maybe it's difficult to commit to a real one during your current situation but seeking help regarding your studies doesn't make you less capable.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I am really struggling my laziness means that I let all my friendships die and I have made so many awful mistakes I am now left with no friends but noone can really tell I have no friends if that makes sense they just assume I'm with other people because I used to have a decent amount of friends so nobody asks me to sit with them and acts weird when I do being like oh why aren't you sitting with your squad even though I literally have no squad the whole situation is awful I am in year 11 so I do have the option to leave before sixth form would this be a good idea? I am at such a standstill I feel like I'm a fake
    . If you have Instagram then use that just build friendships of that then meet in real life or something I’m also verrrrruuyy lazy an that’s what I do
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    Ya go to college or something to make friends
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    You have to legally stay in education until you're 17. So if you fail gcses you have another year to take them. It's never been easier to form friendships btw, maybe it's difficult to commit to a real one during your current situation but seeking help regarding your studies doesn't make you less capable.
    Thanks for your reply but the problem is I am rubbish at using social media I don't have instagram and my snapchat is dead so yeah just really truggling
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    Thanks for your reply but the problem is I am rubbish at using social media I don't have instagram and my snapchat is dead so yeah just really truggling
    you don't have to seek them through "mainstream" social media platforms, you can use things like meetup.com to attend whatever suits your interests.
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    (Original post by shawn_o1)
    you don't have to seek them through "mainstream" social media platforms, you can use things like meetup.com to attend whatever suits your interests.
    I would never meet up with someone on-line, that's dangerous because they might be psychopaths!:no:
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    who do you hang with at lunchtime?
 
 
 
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