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  1. Chloe says

    This is so true! After finishing college, you all move into your new adult lives or graduate school or whatever other adventures awaits. While social media has made it easier to keep in touch, you no longer have a place where you all live, go to class, and some even work at in common any more, life gets busy and it isn’t as easy to catch up and hangout, but it all gets better. You will keep some friends and you will make new ones. =)

  2. Tina says

    I can totally relate! I’ve been out of college for about 6 months and currently work from home a lot so it can get a little lonely. I take every opportunity I can to catch up with old friends. Making new ones is a little tougher but fortunately the “leaving the house” parts of my jobs are quite social/interactive. Balancing work and a social life is hard when I’m determining my own hours – still working on that self-discipline!

  3. Jellymuffin Frost says

    I agree with all of the above said things completely. Each of these has happened in my life post-graduation. But like Sara said we do get over it. Its been two years since I graduated a break up with my best friend was the hardest. Also I had no one around me at that point of time to make me feel less lonely. Though I had a boyfriend, we were in a long distance and there’s only so much that he could do, even though he was trying his best.
    But two years later, I am now really great. Which only goes to say things will be OK for every person who has graduated and feels lonely.
    All the best

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