In addition to this try taking up a hobby outside your university setting. In the mean time, think of what you are interested in. Unfortunately this happens all the time and is very normal. I've never looked for human companionship online, but found myself perusing the platonic section after moving to a new city. I'd definitely have a look into some clubs at your university, and think about trying some hobbies or sports. Following on from White Knight's sage insights, it might be an idea to just take a step back and see what happens. Pushing them away I think is different to drifting away.
This is becoming more and more frustrating, particularly from a person who hates photos of herself yeah, me. She laughed it off and called the dog naughty, then cleaned up the poop and basically ignored it. One I met in high school. Even still i believed they were not my friends anymore. That makes a lot of sense. Even if they annoy you try and figure out what it is exactly that's annoying you and decide whether it really makes sense or not. What's important though, is that you can start to recognise when maybe some of those relationships aren't healthy when you aren't yourself and really disliking them.
You Feel Like You're In A Bad Mood Every Time You Leave A Hangout With Them If you notice a pattern emerging, one in which you're repeatedly upset, insecure, frustrated, or in need of a glass of wine and venting session every time you so much as hang up the phone with them. While you should always try and remain polite, make sure you are not allowing the other person to walk all over you. If you really wanted to you could try talking to one of your mates about it but they may not understand. You are probably getting agitated by them because you may find the topics they are talking about do not relate with you. I don't feel supported by them. These fights cause anxiety, they make you angry, and they fill your phone storage with screen shots where there could be selfies.
But what's really happening is we learn to act on the belief that we have to remain committed to people who bring anything other than happiness and genuine connection to our lives. No one ever wins, and you bring the crazies out of the woodwork. I would have 0 friends. It is always difficult to talk about a tough topic, but being honest and having a conversation with your friend about the person you dislike will be better for your friendship. If they really are great friends, they will understand and support you. Just don't beat yourself up about it too much and don't isolate! Problem is, any time I invite him, he brings her along.
Id rather read, play with my cats, watch a movie or just hang out. She was one of my bridesmaids when I got married. My first year of university was a massive change. Instead, imagine that maybe these kids can be difficult for the parents, too. Hang out with people you like, they'll be the ones who help you grow.
Like what Tony said, drifting from friends at times, especially when you leave school, is to be expected as you all explore different things but with those core friends you do always come back stronger than ever and appreciate the friendship incredibly. Dont make excuses and focus on what you really want for yourself. Plus you already have a common interest. None of them share my interests, and I know thats contributed a lot to my weight gain. Tell them you feel like you are growing apart or that they are putting distance between you, and ask why. More mature, who can actually be supportive to me. I dont like any of my friends.
. Let me tell you it is so refreshing! I was friends with these two since we were 15. They taunt me for drinking my drinks slow— do you want a nipple and a bottle for that. Some of my friends, I only see once or twice a year, with about the same amount of phone calls, but I know if any of us need a place to crash or support, will be provided without a moment hesitation as well as sharing good news. How ever you justifyied it to yourself is the cause for your lack of discipline. If they sit down next to you, you can choose to make the best of it, or you can excuse yourself to go to the bathroom and when you return choose a new spot.
After distancing myself from a few people I've found myself a lot more relaxed, and I'm doing a couple of things like meditation etc to try and become a little less closed-minded : I've connected with a few people from uni and have been hanging out with them a bit. Try to see the world from their point of view; your accent may annoy them too! Your needs are important important, too. If just you are being nasty, it could cause your friend to prefer to hand out the the other person. So if your top 5 people are fat and uninterested in changing that, you probably will go back there too. I think every friend should remind themselves of that.
Utilizing mindfulness techniques will help you to train your brain to stay in the moment and to refocus when your thoughts drift to the other person. They mite actually give you some insight. Two live out of state now, and the other lives an hour away, but we remain in constant contact. I just dont seem to connect with people easily. Oh, I use it of course, otherwise how would I know I hate it; but I use it begrudgingly. Try to let your friend know how you feel about your friendship and any feelings you may be having about the other person's impact on your friendship.
You came here alone and youre going to leave alone. Positive reframing will not change the situation, but it can change how you react to it and how you feel about it. Talking to you behind the other person's back is also pretty poor friend behavior. That could be dangerous, because you will feel and then act like you are always in competition with that person. I know its just the depression tho and hopefully with time it will get better. They suddenly started to keep their distance from me which made me see that they are not my true friends.