Are they really my friends?

Ok so I have been friends with Izzy since 1st grade and megan since i was 5 months, It's not the same anymore so heres the story.
Last year Arianna and libby started to hang out with us and we became best friends instantly. We all talked and had fun together, but that was last year.
Over the summer megan was being really mean to me and saying rude comments. Now that school has started up we are doing really well, and im not concerned with her. I'm concerned with izzy and libby and arianna. We play 4 square on recess everyday, but when izzy stopped playing I was going to join Olivia and libby, but they already had 3 people, so next was arianna and maggie, when I asked arianna made a stank face and i could tell she didnt want me, I was both sad and mad, but i knew that she had changed, and not for the better. The thing with libby and izzy is that they dont pay any attention to me but I may sound like an attention hog but I mean they wont look at me or realize im gone or even listen to when I talk! I try to do things with them separate to see if it's different, but it's only different when it's just me! They leave me out and I try to see if they notice me if I leave but no, I mean at soccer practice with all my friends I sat alone out of the circle, and between our soccer games they sat under a tent didnt invite or even realize I wasn't anywhere to be seen! Now I feel like they want to move on and not be friends with me anymore. They dont even realize i've been in a slump since August 1st! I feel like i'm a useless lump of nothing. I need help!

~~Lunamist123

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WolfRavena_CharaLover_UT_FNAF
I know this problem I had the same thing, whenever she was with the "cool kids" she back talked about us, causing me and my friend being closer. So now she's like "you guys always hang out together" so yeah they are still friends, I'd just give them a day or two if it doesn't change I'll be your friend for life, one a friend always a friend no matter what
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justanotherone
I would talk to them and make sure you aren't misunderstanding them. Also see if you are doing something to annoy them. There is this one girl in my class and she's really clingy and attention seeking, she also gets mad really easily. That's why nobody really hangs out with her. Make sure it isn't something you are doing to make them mad. If there isn't something, then they are just bad friends. Hope it helps!
on June 14
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Elleyd
They are not your friends. Clearly, friends shouldn't make you feel this bad. "I used to think the worst thing in life is to end up all alone. It's not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people who make you feel all alone." ~ Robin Williams Tell me if that speaks to you and makes sense and gets the point across. If not come talk to me.
Hogwarts_Huntress
I get it, I have to be friends with the people that like me for me and that know i'm a person. Thanks @Elleyd!
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Elleyd
*hugs back* NEW FRIENDS YAYAYAYAYAYAY
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Hogwarts_Huntress
*Hugs @Elleyd *
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Elleyd
I'll be your friend!!!!!!
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Fuse360
Sometimes people change as they get older. It can cause friendship groups to break up. Chances are, other people might be having the same problems with their friends. You could make some new friends. It has happened to me too. Sometimes, when you are away from someone you liked for a time, you can realise they are not as nice as they seem. Try not to worry about it too much. I hope this helped.
on September 07, 2014
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MockingjayDistrict
You need to tell them! If they keep mean, tell them again and make sure you let the know how it hurts you. If they STILL do this. Let them know you're leaving the friendship. No one deserves to be left out!
on September 07, 2014
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BlueTurkey
Well, I would talk to them personaly like alone and ask them why they don't want to hang out with you anymore, and don't take them saying "Well, we do want to hang out with you but..." as an answer. Try to squeeze the honesty outta them if they're saying something like that.
But, if they are acting like they don't want to hang out with you anymore, find different people to hang out with. Remember, people change. Like in 5th grade, I was a cry baby, but now in 8th when someone See More▼
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