Making friends and talking to people

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I’m in my third year at uni and have only just managed to make a couple of friends and I am so grateful for them. But I remember trying to talk to people, something I find quite difficult, in earlier years, joined societies and everything only to essentially be ignored every time I spoke which made it even more difficult. With my housemates and flat mates, the room would fill with silence whenever I entered it like I was a freak.
I just don’t know what it was that I must’ve said or done that provoked those kinds of reactions and it hurt a lot. I felt worthless at one point. Why are people like that?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I’m in my third year at uni and have only just managed to make a couple of friends and I am so grateful for them. But I remember trying to talk to people, something I find quite difficult, in earlier years, joined societies and everything only to essentially be ignored every time I spoke which made it even more difficult. With my housemates and flat mates, the room would fill with silence whenever I entered it like I was a freak.
I just don’t know what it was that I must’ve said or done that provoked those kinds of reactions and it hurt a lot. I felt worthless at one point. Why are people like that?
Listen up, when people treat you bad and you're perfectly innocent. It's never your fault. I suggest you just avoid all negativity and be on your way. The real friends will stick to you don't worry. ❤️
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I’m in my third year at uni and have only just managed to make a couple of friends and I am so grateful for them. But I remember trying to talk to people, something I find quite difficult, in earlier years, joined societies and everything only to essentially be ignored every time I spoke which made it even more difficult. With my housemates and flat mates, the room would fill with silence whenever I entered it like I was a freak.
I just don’t know what it was that I must’ve said or done that provoked those kinds of reactions and it hurt a lot. I felt worthless at one point. Why are people like that?
I was in the same situation as you. I ended up dropping all my friends and being a loner
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I was in the same situation as you. I ended up dropping all my friends and being a loner
I didn’t have any friends to drop, just very lonely for two years despite my efforts. I sort of learnt to enjoy my own company but I still wanted friends to talk to.
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