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  • So I've just moved to a new school all the way across the country. I started school today and I have never felt more alone. I had two best friends back at home and I knew practically everyone at my last school. Now, I know absolutely no one, and no one seems interested in making a new friend. I try to be outgoing and talk to people, but I get shut down every time. So today, instead of going to lunch, I sat down in the bathroom for the whole lunch period and cried. I miss my old friends, my house, my whole life. I know I'm probably feeling sorry for myself, but, I just feel so alone. Are there any ways to help with this?
  • I understand your frustration!! I left all my friends and everything I knew just go to some small private college in Texas... right smack dab in the "Bible belt"! Making friends there was easy my first semester, I just went through the Christian motions.. but it got old really fast, and I started thinking about the actions I was doing, and decided maybe Christianity just isn't for me! I will say: if you are a religious person use it to your advantage!! Join a youth group and make friends through that. If not.. there are many other ways to make friends as well! I joined a sorority, band, and sang in the choir and I made a lot of friends doing these things! I also worked on campus where I met a ton of people that way! ---- But in May my husband graduated and the very next day we moved to Austin! I'll be honest it's been really really hard trying to make friends outside of a school setting! We've tried it all: museums, malls, hanging around our apartment pool/weight room, going to bars... in all of these things we've made what you might call "friends for the moment" but none that have actually blossomed into real friendships. It's frustrating! We have met a few people at work and within our apartment but the problem is that we didn't realize upon move in, was that nearly everyone in our complex speaks Spanish only! It's hard, my only suggestion is make as many friends as you can in school and instead of going to the bathroom during lunch find someone who is sitting alone and talk to them, or a small group of friends. Look for people who like the same things as you whether that be and instrument, color, sport, political belief, or just someone who dresses the same! Another thing is: to make a friend, you must be a friend. That could include small things like carrying some extra change to school and then noticing someone who is counting out a very small amount of change in the lunch line. You might say something like "Hi. My name is __insert name here___, I think we have __insert class here__ together. I noticed you are counting your change, I can help cover the extra if you need it." The best thing to do in a lunch setting is find a group of people that you think you will get along with and ask if you can sit with them. For a full week just sit and observe how they mesh and gradually work yourself into their new group of friends. Do not get wrapped up in their gossip or drama!! Just be a friend to each person in the group. If someone says they are going to get up for something, offer to walk with them (unless of course it's a boy walking to the bathroom). Halloween is coming up!! Ask your parents if you can invite that new group of friends you eat lunch with to the house for Halloween. You can watch a horror movie, or hand out candy, or maybe trick or treat together.. whatever it is you do! After this, you're a shoe-in for their group of friends!! Another idea is find an after school job! In high school I worked at sonic and made several friends there, both coworkers and teens that drove up. Plus, you always have extra cash when you get ready to go out with your new friends! Good Luck, Girl!! I know you can do this!! And remember: DO NOT GET WRAPPED UP IN YOUR NEW FRIENDS GOSSIP!
  • At first it's hard to make friends especially in a new school and as a new comer and I applaud you for actually being outgoing and talking to people. Next time lunch comes around ask if you can sit with some of them, it may take a while for people to say okay if they reject you then you really don't want to be friends with these people, aren't worth the space they take up. Join activity clubs like drama, music, sports these are all good ways of making new friends. Good luck and I hope you make plenty of new friends in the weeks to come.
  • I hear you, loneliness sucks! I wish there was a Magic word or potion that I could use and then pass on to you that will make it all better but unfortunately there is not. There are some things you can do, however, to help with the situation. 1. Make your name memorable and then get it out there. I go by "Jenn with 2 N's" and started doing that when I first came to college. What I've found is that people I met once in my freshman year still know my name and now I'm a senior and have no idea who they are. I also made it a point to introduce myself to everyone I saw for my first two weeks at the school. This led to many awkward situations but also led to having the largest group of friends I have ever had in my entire life to that point (in fact, a sophomore told me she wanted to be my friend so she could be popular like me). 2. Look out for the downward spiral. I find that when I start to feel lonely, I pull more into myself and then I end up isolating myself and making myself feel more lonely. (Your bathroom lunch story sounds just like something I would do.) Don't fall into that trap. Instead make yourself look outside of yourself and make connections. 3. Don't look up, look out. There is always a group of people in every school who seem to be above everyone else and have all the friends. Don't waste your time trying to be their friends since (1) you probably won't succeed and (2) the relationships will be shallow anyway. Instead look for the other group present in every school: those who sit alone. I know that this seems counter intuitive but you will find that there are a lot of people who do not have a tight group and they are much more likely to be deep, meaningful friendships than the popular kids. Don't count someone out just because they don't not have connections; take advantage of that and be the one to make a move toward friendship. 4. Go deep. Part of loneliness is being alone but another part of it is just not feeling like you are known. When you start to make friends, which will happen if you put yourself out there, don't stay shallow forever. Sure, test the waters first but then continue to go deeper with people and get to really know them and let them really know you. Building relationships like this will not only make lasting connections, it will also be your strongest protection against loneliness. 5. Use social networks wisely. Yes, there are many ways to make friends online (Facebook, MySpace, Twitter) and these could be good tools for you to make connections. But sometimes these tools can be abused and end up destroying relationships. Make sure to cultivate real relationships by using multiple mediums, including online and offline. 6. Make connections outside of school. Moving is hard but you are moving to more than just a new school, you also got a new neighborhood, church, and potentially other new associations. Cultivate friends in these places, where the click structure is not generally as strong. As those relationships grow, you will find that they overlap into other spheres of life, like school. 7. Find ways to make connections. Do you act? Try out for a school play. Do you sing? Join the choir. Do you dance? Try out for the dance team. Get involved in clubs or activities that match your interests. Not only will the business make you feel less lonely, you will make connections with people who share your interests and, as you spend time together, relationships will naturally form. I hope that helps. God bless.
  • aaawwww the same thing happened with me try joining a club hang out with the unpopular kids. they are always more willing to accept a new friend + with the pop. kids u r more likekly to start drinkng + smoking. u dont want that. get a camera and keep in touch with ur old friends through skype talk ur school guidance counselor ( my school is 2 cheap to have one though lol) try to fit in with the crowd have u tried making ppl feel sorry 4 u? thats wat i did. i went and asked the pop kids if i could sit with them. they very rejected me unkindly, so i just ran over to another table and sobbed once or twice. then regained my composure a bit, then made tears roll downmy cheeks. if there is anyone worth being friends with, that person will come to u. now i have 3 besties. and i made some new friends by joining martial arts. ( actually... wat u do depends wat grade ur in... i was in 6th)
  • Just act like you don't care what they think and take pride in yourself when you go to school act like nothing in the world bothers you and act like your happy everyday then people will want to follow you because it seems like your a leader. or if that doesnt work out ask to be home schooled and get a cat?
  • why dont you try people outside of school? theres all kinds of people and i am sure that there would at least be 2 or 3 people who would love your company.
  • u shoud go to bed & sleep when u feel sad #
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