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Js1223
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I know this is stupid but my 6th form experience was honestly so bad I lost my friendship group and was alone at lunch times, I also skipped quite a few lessons because I just didn’t feel comfortable in most of them. lol I know very pathetic but. Having said this I still feel this sort of emptiness and sadness over leaving since I did my last bio exam yesterday. I went to that school for 7 years with the same people everyday and it’s just weird knowing I probably won’t see them again. I feel like everyone is going out now celebrating and will progress to greater things in life whereas I’m at home and don’t even have any summer plans. This is not to say I feel sorry for myself just that it kinda hurts/makes my heart feel heavy. I felt sad seeing teachers wave us goodbye and I miss the comfort of having a routine. Now I just don’t know what to do, I might just be over dramatic about this tbh but I didn’t expect myself to feel like this at all so Yh I guess I’m scared of the future and don’t like change as it feels as though I’m just on my own now. Im pretty sure my university life won’t be any better either it’s hard for me to socialise after being alone for so long therefore being around so many new people just makes me anxious. Let me know if anyone feels the same??
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i do, lol
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Find something to do.

Get a job in Tescos, volunteer in a charity shop, train for Race for Life, etc etc

Just sitting in your bedroom will just make any sense of 'what now' even worse.
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Other people have told me majority of people never see the people from sixth form ever again, and the closest lifelong friends you'll make will be in university. also, theres a reason why freshers week exists. pretty much no one knows each other at the start, MAJORITY of people are meeting each other for the first time.

unfortunately, learning to be independent is everyone's problem at our age and its something we are going to have to face eventually

as for summer plans? i'd say learn a new language, you dont have to go out, party and get drunk every week
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