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Wanting a best girl friend? - July 17th 2012, 08:53 PM

I've been really heading low when it comes to friends. I would always have guys as friends which I potentially chose due to the fact that girls and I don't really get along. At least, most girls. I also have the tendency to like video games and play constantly with my guy friends which was great. I have a boyfriend now and he is an amazing guy and everything. We really don't have any problems and when we did, we would be able to fix and work them out together. There's nothing wrong with us and I consider him my best friend. I honestly have not had a best girl friend in about 5 years. The last time I had a really close best girl friend was in 2008. We were crazy close friends and I'm sure everyone knows how that's like (I hope). Then she moved and we stopped being friends when High School started. It came to the point where our calls would be maybe about once a month and now we haven't talked to each other in years. Now, I'm a freshman (first year) college student and all these years I've never really had a best girl friend whom I can talk to. College starts in late August, but I really don't want my whole focus on getting good grades, but making girls as friends too. Is that wrong I want a best girl friend too? It feels like I've forgotten what it's like. I do think about my old best girl friend, but she's gone away now. We had a VERY strong connection to the point if she was a guy, we would probably be the best couple haha, but I don't swing that way. I used to be a popular girl in High School and I graduated with really no friends to keep in touch with. I realize you lose just about everyone in High School, but to lose touch with everyone? It is getting me down. I just don't really have any friends to talk to. This old best girl friend of mine is now engaged. *sigh* Sorry if this is childish. It's more of a rant than anything.





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Re: Wanting a best girl friend? - July 17th 2012, 11:20 PM

I've moved this over to Friends&Family because it is relating to friendships and not relationships. Best of luck.


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