Fear of loneliness at Freshers? Watch

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I'm on my way to my first Freshers club party. I'm living at home for the 1st year of uni and I usually rely on the friends I already have. I feel as though I'll go to the club, order a few drinks and be there all alone, what everyone else will be having the best time of their lives. I'm trying to push myself and just give it a go, but I still worry the worst case scenario will fulfill itself.
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I'm on my way to my first Freshers club party. I'm living at home for the 1st year of uni and I usually rely on the friends I already have. I feel as though I'll go to the club, order a few drinks and be there all alone, what everyone else will be having the best time of their lives. I'm trying to push myself and just give it a go, but I still worry the worst case scenario will fulfill itself.
Are you gonna be going to the freshers club by yourself?
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Are you gonna be going to the freshers club by yourself?
Quite possibly so. All the group's I'm a part of went radio silent on the topic of meeting up.
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Quite possibly so. All the group's I'm a part of went radio silent on the topic of meeting up.
Start partying by yourself and if you’re feeling brave, try to socialise with others there.
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Quite possibly so. All the group's I'm a part of went radio silent on the topic of meeting up.
Ah. Honestly mate I'm not sure if you'll enjoy it by yourself, been to a freshers club recently and I sure wouldn't enjoy it much if I went myself. But maybe if you drink a bit and your somewhat social/confident yeah you could defo enjoy it.
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I think you should go have a drink and then just try your best to start talking to people..most freshers are VERY up for chatting to new people so if you just smile introduce yourself ect then you may end up having a good time... if you don't get any luck then you could easily leave early and nobody will notice
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Dutch courage and start small talk at the bar. Good luck 😉
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