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Who to turn to ? Am i overreacting ?
Who do you turn to when you have no friends and no one u can turn to for understanding will a professional help or just make me feel worse i try and talk to my sister but she dosent understand she says she dose but jer situation is completly diffrent from mine she has friends family and a partner that visits her on a daily basis she dosent know what its like to have no friends no visits no social network even on social midia it was my birthday last month my mum my dad n my sister commented that was it n i am appriceative of them but ive not spoken to a "friend" in over a year now and am just struggaling with it a lot n i dont feel like anyone i talk to i.e sister mum truly understand how this feels x and please no nasty comments as ive had in the past im just looking for a bit of friendly advice and a chat p.s my mum n sister live in glasgow i live in england and so dose my dad
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