Loneliness kills

I don’t know if anyone else can relate. You see, ever since high school graduation several years ago, life is lonelier. The high school friends you thought you established strong connections with suddenly disappear in the blink of an eye. Your parents throw you out the house as soon as you turn 18 as if 18 is the magic age in which you automatically develop a sense of independence overnight. You have to tolerate crazy roommates and annoying landlords. Eventually, if you are lucky, you are still motivated enough to go to college and make an attempt to construct a new circle of friends. No one understands you and college is not like high school where negative attention is better than no attention at all. Most college students just go to their classes and go straight home. No cliques. No family. No friends. Nothing. You have to built your life up from scratch again because your childhood didn’t prepare you for the real world. Can anyone relate to me at all?

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4 comments

  1. mrsblackmon · May 1, 2015

    Absolutely! After highschool (I graduated in ’08), I lost many, many friends. To this day, I have only two of those friends left and they are slowly fading in the distance too. It sucks, but there are worse things!

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    • tpcsufian · May 1, 2015

      thats true but now you are open to new experiences and new friendships you thought you would never even dream of having. Life has a way of sometimes resolving issues by itself.

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      • mrsblackmon · May 1, 2015

        You are SO right! Your mind and thought process is a beautiful thing!

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      • tpcsufian · May 1, 2015

        Thank you so much. That means so much to me. 🙂

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