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    So on Thursday I am doing (A-levels) by the way I went into the common room where all my 2 friends sit.I had to sit opposite them and couldn’t hear what they were saying but they also spoke polish (which I don’t speak). I felt left out and they didn’t really speak to me and now I confronted them about it and we kind of made up.i made a joke to just reduce the tension and one of them said I’m angry at you right now and I’m not going to act like I’m not I want to speak to you but not right now.So do you think I should go in on Monday and whenever it’s break or anything I shouldn’t go to the common room and just the library.i just feel really bad and I have had really bad friendships in the past.eventhough these people are nice I just feel like what’s the point.
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    I can see where you’re coming from, I too have had bad friendships in the past, even currently. Even so, you shouldn’t let the doubt of a bad friendship cloud your vision for other friendships. Even if you were hurt in the past, it doesn’t mean that you’ll be hurt again (at least in the same way). So I’d leave the situation to ease, sit wherever you feel comfortable, and then make a decision about these people.
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    So on Thursday I am doing (A-levels) by the way I went into the common room where all my 2 friends sit.I had to sit opposite them and couldn’t hear what they were saying but they also spoke polish (which I don’t speak). I felt left out and they didn’t really speak to me and now I confronted them about it and we kind of made up.i made a joke to just reduce the tension and one of them said I’m angry at you right now and I’m not going to act like I’m not I want to speak to you but not right now.So do you think I should go in on Monday and whenever it’s break or anything I shouldn’t go to the common room and just the library.i just feel really bad and I have had really bad friendships in the past.eventhough these people are nice I just feel like what’s the point.
    just don't listen to though people you are better than them.you should go and talk to a teacher and let that teacher knew everything.
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    Start trying to make friends with new people. Be nice to everyone and slowly try and get out of that friendship, because they aren't good friends. It's really rude of them to do that to you as it leaves you in an awkward position. It's hard if they're you're only two friends which is why you need to make new ones and perhaps let that friendship die out. If they were your real friends they would realise how crap they were being and apologise to you.
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