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Unhappy Why? - June 24th 2009, 11:34 PM

Recently, all of my friends, whom ive been with for all of high school so like, 4-5 years now [i dont have that many to begin with like, 4 at the most] are getting together without me for coffee, and going to shows - without me....

I wanna know if i did something wrong to make them not want to talk, or hang out with me anymore... as far a i know i did nothing..they just, up n started this behavior...

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Re: Why? - June 24th 2009, 11:42 PM

Honestly, I wouldn't be too worried about it. I have some friends who never think to ask in advance if anyone wants to hang out. Their plans are always last-minute, so certain people who aren't as easy to reach constantly get left out. It's not malicious on anyone's side, that's just how things tend to work out, due to classes, jobs, duties, etc.

Something similar to that could be happening in your case. Perhaps you either aren't actively making it known that you are available and want to hang out, or they are having a harder time getting ahold of you and are rushing off instead of waiting around. In either case, what's the harm in asking your friends, suggesting that you'd like to be included in more of their plans?






   
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