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A new girl joins a classmate's school and starts to get along well with them. They become a trio and are happy. However, over time, the new girl starts to exclude the classmate and they start to keep secrets from each other. The classmate tries to talk to the new girl about it, but she insists that everything is fine. The classmate begins to feel left out and starts to feel like they're not being included.

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Question: around 3 months ago a new girl joined my school. we became friends and got along very well so I thought it was a good idea to introduce her to my best friend. after a while, the 3 of us became a trio and I was so happy that we were all getting along like this. but overtime, they started slowly leaving me out more. they started keeping secrets and during lunch they would hide away from me. The new girl is spending time with me as usual but my best friend is acting like she hates me. Ive even spoken to her about it. I said, "Hey, I feel left out lately, have I done something wrong?" and she replied with "No! we are all good, dont worry." I thought she would take the hint and things would change, but they aren't, its just getting worse. What should I do? To add, I dont want to talk to them about it again, ive already tried.

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I'm sorry to hear that you're feeling left out and things haven't improved despite talking to your friends about it. It's tough to be in a situation like this. It's possible that your friends are going through changes in their lives and their interests and priorities have shifted. It's also possible that there may be some other reason, such as a misunderstanding or a miscommunication, that is causing this behavior. One thing you can try is to focus on building other friendships and finding new activities to do. You could join clubs or groups that interest you to meet new people and make new friends. This also gives you a chance to try something new and expand your interests. At the same time, it's important to remember that friendships can evolve and change over time. It's natural for some friends to grow apart while others remain close. It may take some time to adjust to the changes and find a new balance in your friendships, but keep in mind that it's okay to outgrow certain relationships and find new ones. Finally, if you ever do feel comfortable talking to your friends again, it might be worth addressing the issue head-on one more time. You can express how you feel in a non-confrontational way and see if you can work out a resolution together. Remember that honesty, openness, and communication are key to any healthy friendship.

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March 16, 2023, 7:14 a.m.

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Published: Thursday, March 16, 2023

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