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Are you lonely too
March 26, 2001
9:16 pm
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blix
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You sound a lot like me; I'm 20 and a sophomore in college. I got only one real friend, I've had a couple of girlfriends. Nothing serious, I don't know what to say or how to act around girls either. I'm so self-conscious, I’m terrified of looking stupid. Growing up I never really had friends, I may have had a person I talked to during school, but they were rare. I get so lonely at times I just want to die. I had a real good friend last semester she was 24, the first person I’ve ever met that I really clicked with. We had great conversations; we would sit up all night some times just talking. But that kind of fell through, you see she’s my hall director and she got afraid that people might start thinking something was going on between us and decided that we shouldn’t be friends anymore. This always happens to me, anyone I ever get close to hurts me. So I just kind of stopped caring about people. There’s this girl I’m kind of talking to right now, probably the first time I’m actually perused a girl. I think she likes me, only I’m to afraid to ask her out. I’d hate to lose yet another friend they’re in short supply these days.
I’m a wreck, but I’d love to hear from someone. Maybe I can help you out as well, I’ve been told I’m a great listener, and I give good advice.

March 27, 2001
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It sounds like you have gotten used to being lonely, and sometimes other people may be able to sense that. First, gain some confidence in yourself, and others will start to notice just how great you really are. Are you an any clubs or organizations in school? If not, that may be a great place to meet girls (and guys too). As a 21 year old female college student, let me try to give you the best advice I can with this new girl you are persuing...It's great that you think she may be interested, but I would give it a little more time. Flirt with her! Girls love that (or at least I do). If she doesn't ask you out first, then suggest going out as friends first. How can she turn that down?? Then, after seeing how things go, you can make the next move. Until then, do some things you enjoy on your own that make you happy. If other people see how happy and fun you are, chances are they'll want to befreind you, too.

March 27, 2001
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don't take it too seriously, have fun with meeting new people, don't expect them alll to stay, so many will come and go. and the one's that will stay, well there you are they were worth the chance. basically sometimes we have to take people with a pince of salt, enjoy being young and nurture your self confidence, first tell yourself that your fab, you desearve it, you can do it! and if it fails, life's not over, start all over again!!

good luck!!

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