Added: Shalana Storm - Date: 19.09.2021 16:15 - Views: 41864 - Clicks: 5080
Before you can post or reply in these forums, please our online community. the online community Community rules Coping during the Coronavirus outbreak. I feel alone. I'm 19 and I have no friends anymore. No one to confide in, trust, or share my life with.
I just want someone to talk to. Someone who gets me and who I can relate to and vice versa. I find it hard trying to make friends. I dread the process of getting to know someone completely for who they are. It takes so much time and effort.
I have only ever been hurt in the past after making such close friends and having them just drift away from you without a care in the world. Thats good you have a couple jobs. I work part time in a bakery and at an event place. Do some babysitting here and there but all in all not a lot. I have a younger sibling and my dad at home who I help out. Washing, cleaning, shopping, cooking etc. I'm trying to get back into exercise I have a dog so its nice to go out with her. What kind of exercise do you like?
I'm trying to convince myself to try some sort of class. I used to be right into yoga. I don't do much. Ill spend days in bed.
I've just got back into reading. Netflix passes the time. And yeah I wish I could say more. But most of the time I feel like I can't have fun or that nothing is fun. I see that you have a dog. I'd like a dog, we just have a cat at the moment.
Some nights I go walking with my neighbours and their dogs. We have a lot of laughs along the way. The dogs are comical to watch. Is there a walking group near you, or a dog park? They might be places where you could meet other people. Yoga is something I have only ever done at home, I haven't found any classe4s near where we live in a smallish country town. Are there other people working at the bakery? Could you suggest you all get together and see a movie or something. Of course that all depends on where the bakery is. If I was working in a bakery I think I would like to eat all of the cakes myself!
I would find it very hard to resist. Hope you manage to find your way around the forum. Like Startingnew has mentioned, there are fun places to visit on this forum too. I'm not sure of a walking group. I tend to prefer to walk by myself at a faster pace. I sometimes find it meditative. I actually live across from a park. So I'm fortunate to live where I do. It's great I need a friend to talk too see people hanging out there and groups of people.
But I still don't feel I want to be involved in any of it. I'm not sure why. There are a few girls at the bakery I really get along with. I have been asked to hang out a few times though I can never end up going. I just find having to be really bubbly and cheerful hard. I feel like I'm pretending to be someone who I'm not. Then again I don't want to be some miserable person I don't know. I don't want to bring anyone around me down. I can relate, my younger sister is annoying but I still love her and look out for her. I feel like no one else would.
My siblings each havr a horse of their own and mum owns one too but i ride and train her horse for her so i call her mine too. So we have 3 all up. I haven't much recently.
I have been hyping myself up for probably nearly two months now to go to this kick boxing class. I don't know why I'm so nervous I guess it's just being around people.
I just want to feel like myself. Yes i finished my hsc 4 yrs ago im 20 now now and have been studying medical type courses. As thats a field im interested in. Ifind it very hard to socialise due my bullied past and again this yr i made new friends but have all turned on me now. I have a bad past with trauma rape so im not crash hot on dating but am comfortable with daring with both men and women im a female.
Boxing is fun! Hard work but its fun. I'm sure most of us have days when we feel quite happy with our own company, there is nothing wrong with that at all. Growing up, I spent a lot of time by myself exploring our region by walking or riding a bike. We grew up in a small town with very few kids anyway, so making fun for yourself was the way to go most of the time.
Regarding thinking you have to be happy all of the time, that is over rated! Just be yourself and enjoy the company of the other girls. Not everyone is bright and bubbly all of the time. Sometimes putting to much pressure on yourself can make you feel worse. Bakeries, mmmmm, I'm getting hungry just thinking about it. Do you have a favourite cake? I enjoy Hedgehog slices or caramel slices. Its reassuring to know not everyone is bright and bubbly.
I just don't want to bring people down. My family would tell me I was horrible to be around because I just seemed so sad and negative.
So I just retreated to being on my own. When I used to hang out with friends, sometimes someone would ask me 'are you okay?
This happened a couple of times. Since then I figured I must have some negative energy always surrounding me. Even though I haven't met any new people in the past few years, I don't even feel as though there is someone out there who would even get along with me, think like me or have the same values as me.
Someone that I could be friends with in person and hang out with. Medical courses! I have been interested in the same sort of field. In fact at one point I was going to do medicine. I ended up completely changing units to commerce Feel like I'll be dropping out of that.
I have absolutely no idea what I want to do let alone how to try figure it out as well. I feel very stuck there. I'm sorry to hear that they have turned on you.
That has happened to me along with the bullying and it is one of the most hurtful feelings ever. Makes me feel sick on the inside. I think the positive out of it was that you were able to make some mates? Thats good I guess they were definitely not the right ones hey. Good on you for trying.I need a friend to talk too
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