Hello, I'm 15 years old and I feel like I have no real friends.
Well,this is my story: Back in the 7th grade, I have got into a fight with this boy..who have been hurtful tensing me for an year. And I had no one to back me up or nothing. So, the hole school was against me,I had no else to go from there. So, I move from that school, to a new school..where I met almost all current close friends. We still go places together, but sometimes some of the commiunation seem one side. Even though I have a new friends..it just seem that no one ever one to get close to me as person. SO, what should I do about this
Hey, Ms.45. I can only imagine what it's like to have the whole school up against you... I'm glad you transferred to a new school, though.
Don't blame yourself for having not having many friends (unless you have a reason to because you've been lying to them or hurting them). Maybe you just haven't found the right group of people you can connect with. I'm currently looking for that group of people myself.
I think everyone goes through a time where they feel like they don't have any friends. But there are things you can do to help that. I'm thinking of joining a church youth group... Maybe that could help you, too. If you're religious, chances are you'll meet people there who share the same beliefs as you, and you'll have something to talk about. If you're interested in art, you could take an art class. If you're interested in theatre, join a theatre group. Go to a place where people may share the same interests and ideas as you; it's easy to start friendships when you're both interested in the same thing.
Good luck .
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