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Literally have no friends

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hey alex, so school sucks. i literally have no friends at all, not even one :/ i dont know what to do anymore..


Hello there, welcome to Ask Alex!
First of all, thank you for reaching out and sharing how you feel. It sounds like you’re going through a tough time, and it’s completely ok to feel this way. School can sometimes be overwhelming, especially when it feels like you’re all alone. It’s important to remember that many others have felt the same way, and there are ways to make things better.
One way to start making friends is by joining groups or clubs that interest you. Whether it’s sports, music, art, or any other hobby, these activities can help you meet people who share your interests. Sometimes, it’s easier to connect with others when you have something in common. Don’t be afraid to take that first step – many times, people are more welcoming than you might expect. You may find this article helpful
With the school summer holidays almost here in Ireland, this could be a great opportunity to try new things. Consider joining summer camps or local community events. These activities not only help you learn new skills but also provide a chance to meet new people in a relaxed environment. It’s a wonderful way to spend your holidays and might help you make some lasting friendships. Here is another article that you may like to read
You’re never alone in this. The Childline team is here to support you and help you explore your options. We understand that making friends can sometimes be challenging, but remember, there’s always someone who cares and wants to help. Our team is available 24 hours a day, every day. You can contact us for free at 1800 66 66 66, or chat with us via Messenger at (just click on the purple Messenger circle!).
Reaching out is a brave first step, and we are here to listen and support you whenever you need it. Take care, and remember, you are never truly alone.
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