how do you deal with broken friendship?

in primary,i used to be the leader of my friend group,now i'm in junior secondary and my friends are shutting
me out.always asking to switch seats,and it's annoying.
so i joined another friend of mine's group,and it's okay but the same thing happens sometimes and they almost forget i'm there.what do i do?

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Kat2005
Hey there!
I’m so sorry to hear that. If I were you, I would just tell your friends how you feel about their behaviour and ask them why they are acting the way they are. I know it isn’t always easy to share your feelings with others but it’s a lot better to talk about it than to keep it to yourself and let it make you sad. I would just tell your friends what you think and if they don’t like you for some reason, I would go find someone else that makes you happy. If they don’t like See More▼
Queenstar
THANK YOU SO MUCH!but wht if they say im sorry,but continue.
and i've been friends with them forever.
so any more advice?
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OsakoLi
I had the same situation back in middle school, but I just made myself disappear. I found a new friend who actually is now my best friend. She introduced me to her group, and they accepted me pretty fast. We really get along, and nobody feels left out. Course, it didn’t end where I never saw my old group friends. I saw the group leader in high school a few years later, and we made up. Now we are just friends. It’s up to you what you want, but remember to find that one friend who’ll See More▼
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AltoClef.UkuleleBoy
Sorry for the loss. If it was toxic, I would just forget them. In the long run, you only need yourself
As cheesy as it sounds, its true. You need to learn to be okay with yourself before developing any sort of relationship with anyone
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