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I don't really want to leave, I'm friends with 5 of them it's just two. But I feel like I'm the one causing the tension. Like tonight they are doing a house party and I can't go because they didn't invite me and it's in the kitchen. Theyre
I've tried talking to them but they aren't responding they talk civily when other people are around and when I initiate it but never at any other point. I've tried to confront it I've messaged both of them to talk and they don't want to
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I’m in a really similar situation, except with people from outside my flat. (My flat are nice but we don’t really click) the people on my course are leaving me out of things now a lot and I don’t understand what I’ve done. I thought they were my friends at first but I just don’t know what’s gone wrong. To be honest though I’ve been spending some time alone and just trying to get to know other people on my course and after about 4 weeks of this going on it’s starting to get a bit better, I still feel a bit s*** when they talk about plans and don’t invite me, or completely blank me altogether. But be glad it’s happened early on in the year, it gives you the perfect oppurtunity to meet new people and potential really good mates, you only need to put up with living with them for a year, once you start making new connections you can hang out at their flats etc and just think of your flat as a place to sleep rather than socialise. Just take it day by day and know you’re not the only one!
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What's up OP? You good ?
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What's up OP? You good ?
It's been better, there hasn't been any drama at the flat but I still haven't really found that many friends. I've met a few new people but still feel alone at the end of the day
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It's been better, there hasn't been any drama at the flat but I still haven't really found that many friends. I've met a few new people but still feel alone at the end of the day
See its getting better just keep pushing! Every effort you make counts....don't give up!!! Keep keeping in touch with the new people and keep trying to meet other new people. .. in the end you'd meet so much people that some are most likely to become your long term buddies
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(Original post by Est123)
I’m in a really similar situation, except with people from outside my flat. (My flat are nice but we don’t really click) the people on my course are leaving me out of things now a lot and I don’t understand what I’ve done. I thought they were my friends at first but I just don’t know what’s gone wrong. To be honest though I’ve been spending some time alone and just trying to get to know other people on my course and after about 4 weeks of this going on it’s starting to get a bit better, I still feel a bit s*** when they talk about plans and don’t invite me, or completely blank me altogether. But be glad it’s happened early on in the year, it gives you the perfect oppurtunity to meet new people and potential really good mates, you only need to put up with living with them for a year, once you start making new connections you can hang out at their flats etc and just think of your flat as a place to sleep rather than socialise. Just take it day by day and know you’re not the only one!
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