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Hi @Parker_rxecxr


Thanks for sharing that!

Firstly I'm really sorry that happened on your birthday, high school can be especially unforgiving and ruthless at times. You're absolutely worthy of having friends, even if its just one as you mentioned. What are some things you like about that friend?

If those people didn't have a genuine reason for not showing up to your party, then cut them out and never speak to them again. They are not worth your time or your energy. 


I've been in your situation, I was alone on my birthdays in high school and saw other popular kids having crazy parties. I moved around a lot and struggled to make friends every time. I found in these times that my family was my greatest support. Have you spoken to your parents/relatives about how you feel? Even if you don't feel comfortable talking to them about it, I found spending time with them is a great thing that makes you feel better! 🙂

Also, spending time doing the things I love helped so much to get over these types of things. (playing sport, gaming, reading are the things that helped me!) what are some of your hobbies that you love?


Social media generally can be very superficial at times, people want to express themselves as popular or having an interesting life in actuality it can be far from that. sometimes it can be all for attention! are those the people you want to be friends with? I don't think I would want to be. 


You did an amazing job of taking yourself out despite not hearing back from anyone, I hope it was a good time and if not, you will certainly benefit yourself as a person because of they way you reacted. 


I want to tell you that it absolutely gets better, you will meet people who you will love and they will love you 🙂


A Moderator might comment later with some better advice but I hope what I've said helped! 


Be safe!







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