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    My father and his family have NEVER had an interest in my life. At school I’m nobody’s favourite or best friend, I do all I can to be nice to everyone but I go unnoticed. I’m always losing friends, and the ones that I have literally don’t care about me at all. The popular kids think I’m weird, the geeks think I’m wild, the wild ones think I’m geeky. There’s no point in trying to fit in anymore, if everyone will leave anyway.
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    Schools are ridiculously clique-y. Are you planning on going to university? Not gonna say there aren't still cliques (even workplaces have them) but way less than school. I'm sure once you're out of school you'll meet people who value you for you.

    Have you considered an out of school club? Like a sports club or air cadets or something where you'll be around people who share your interest. You might have more luck finding people there.
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    Schools are ridiculously clique-y. Are you planning on going to university? Not gonna say there aren't still cliques (even workplaces have them) but way less than school. I'm sure once you're out of school you'll meet people who value you for you.

    Have you considered an out of school club? Like a sports club or air cadets or something where you'll be around people who share your interest. You might have more luck finding people there.
    a club is definitely a good idea. I've met so many great people out of school that I'm glad to have even though I have friends in school because I think it's important. Plus you will have something in common, so you don't have to worry about not having anything to talk about
 
 
 
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