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    Over the past few months, I've been struggling to maintain friendships at school. I recently stopped talking to someone because they were constantly nasty (calling me fat, commenting on how I looked etc.) but it's left me without my old friendship group and feeling a bit isolated. I'm in year 11 and looking to move school next year for sixth form but don't want to spend my final weeks at my current school hating every day. Any advice on how to deal with toxic people and/or make new friends?
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    (Original post by lucykelly01)
    Over the past few months, I've been struggling to maintain friendships at school. I recently stopped talking to someone because they were constantly nasty (calling me fat, commenting on how I looked etc.) but it's left me without my old friendship group and feeling a bit isolated. I'm in year 11 and looking to move school next year for sixth form but don't want to spend my final weeks at my current school hating every day. Any advice on how to deal with toxic people and/or make new friends?
    Either just be friends and ignore the insults or get on with exams and leave them behind.
    Exams are more important at this stage. If you get a transfer offer then that's something to look forward to.

    If only one is toxic just ignore and dont let her keep you from the others.
    If the others arent interested, then they arent worth it anyway.
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    (Original post by lucykelly01)
    Over the past few months, I've been struggling to maintain friendships at school. I recently stopped talking to someone because they were constantly nasty (calling me fat, commenting on how I looked etc.) but it's left me without my old friendship group and feeling a bit isolated. I'm in year 11 and looking to move school next year for sixth form but don't want to spend my final weeks at my current school hating every day. Any advice on how to deal with toxic people and/or make new friends?
    Well really you got two options

    1) Stay quiet and let it continue and try to ignore it.

    2) Give them mental middle finger (or two if you prefer) and say to yourself you don't have to put up with their shite move on and spend time with people worth your time.
 
 
 
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