[quote author=aznkid.com link=topic=82011.msg1530612#msg1530612 date=1183274097]
I can't believe.. this could be.. the end... it looks as though.. you're.. letting go
Sorry.. your thread title brought back some old "No Doubt - Don't Speak" memories.. Well hopefully after your girlfriend moves to join you everything will change.. I know a lot of people who are perfectly fine with just their significant other.. It's usually someone who will always be there for you and are less likely to disappoint you.. Most people think "Bros before hoes" but I think they haven't found the right woman for them (; I've had many friends come and go, but the wifey is here to stay!
I was waiting for someone to pick up on the title. 10 points to you
[quote author=3AndMe link=topic=82011.msg1530613#msg1530613 date=1183274207]
Try not to let it bother you. I'm sure things will work out for the best, whether that means your friends will come back to you in time or even finding new friends altogether. Just make sure to keep your own priorities straight, take care of yourself, and everything else will just work out. I've had friends come and go, but the BEST ones are still around. Even with them, however, there have been periods of time where we just took a break from hanging out for whatever reasons. Unfortunately you really can't expect anyone to be there for you all the time, especially if you're needy, judgmental, or have a habit of complaining and/or being a source of negative social energy so to speak. Not saying you are, but that is a common cause.
Good luck and don't worry about college. College will expose you to so many things and people that you will inevitably change. You have your current mindset as a reference, and you'll start experiencing things and questioning yourself... hopefully for the better. By the time you graduate, you will appreciate the person you have become and the people in your life because you'll have a more solid idea of who you are and why. But don't forget, above all, that you don't need any specific friends to function. If that is holding you back from getting your work done and achieving your goals, then there is a problem.
Remarkably well stated, and I do appreciate the kind words, guys. I am coming to realize that my g/f is and has always been there for me, and with that, I'm starting to get the feeling more and more that she's 'the one'. I know, I'm only 19, and don't know anything, blah blah blah, but when you know, you know. And I think I do
I jokingly called one of them out on it online, but they have yet to respond. I'm curious to see how they take it, though, and that was my main reason for doing it. Should be interesting to see what happens...