>tfw in college and literally zero friends
Worst feel. Every other person here has friends.
Hey! That's me!
just took some klonopin, gabapentin and kratom
feelin pretty good, who the fuck needs people
>"just join a club!"
One of the most terrifying things I can think of.
>tfw I think back to college and in hindsight can say with confidence that having no friends was the sole reason I started slacking and eventually dropped out
just keep doing it. you'll be proud of yourself when you do it, so that's motivation. Eventually it will be an everyday thing and won't be scary anymore
you might be off putting at first because the nervousness, but if other people are in a bad mood just imagine that person is the one being weird. that's their problem
You think being in Uni and having no friends is bad? At least it's more common and a little less weird. I mean at least I've got a part-time job and I just study in the library between lectures.
Try going through secondary school/highschool with no friends. Not one single friend. Not even acquaintance. The amount of times I didn't say a single word in a day at school.
This tbqh, other people go to university to "study" and meet friends, but we only go to study
I had a friend who was an international student, then he graduated and I no longer had a friend
I basically did this, but I kind of just made casual conversation with people who sat near me, they never asked me to hang out and I never really thought they were too interesting, so nothing became of it.
That's how it is for me too.
I joined a club but I typically just show up at meetings and sit in the corner. I don't think more than one or two people there know my name. Everyone there is a disgusting normie and I hate it but without that I would never leave my room for anything but class and the bathroom so I force myself to go.
Wait until you see them exhibit a hobby/interest you have in common and then begin talking to them about that.
I usually target the lonely people in the back that most likely play vidya.
I'm so fucking terrified to go to school.
I'm 19 and I took a year off after high school to just save up money and chill out, but I'm afraid that my AvPD is going to continue to ruin my life when I'm finally in university.
I don't want to be alone. But meeting new people is physically painful to me.
>always sit in the back and emulate some rpg on my phone or read an imported manga mangazine
>only 1 person talked to me so far and asked if I actually speak japanese or if I'm just looking at the images
>haven't talked with anybody else yet
>already 3rd semester
Atleast I'm doing pretty good when it comes to grades etc., otherwise I would have killed myself already
do you actually speak japanese?
>only one person talked to me
well then why don't you talk to them. The same way you think everyone hates you because they never talk to you, that's how they see you. Except they think you hate all people because you don't talk to anyone. So they avoid you thinking you might stab them
>latching onto any excuse to avoid taking responsibility
You're fine, quit being a c.uck (cuckold)
My classes are very quiet at the beginning because it's all STEM autists like me. I want to talk to people next to me but it would be like shouting to the whole class and everyone would hear. Too fucking nerve wracking.
You actually pay your therapist? Dude, they are not worth the fucking money. I can do a better job. Anybody can sit there and listen about your problems. I literally do it every second of my free time and I never get paid
>"can you help me, doc?"
>"Oh oh sure! You have what we call ______
disorder, perfectly natural! Come back weekly to fill my pock- *ahem*, to get well again"
Yes, I'm pretty fluent and can read most books and manga
I answered him with just a quiet "yeah", he asked some other questions and we stopped talking, he also only asked me because his normal group of friends wasn't there, I'm not even interesting, just a boring person, so he probably doesn't want to talk with me again. And talking with other people would be weird, like I said, I don't have anything interesting to talk about
>Not cringy and oblivious enough to join the vydya and anime clubs
>Too autistic to join any of the other normie clubs
Iktf m9. That pain I know too well
>In smallest dorm, 75 people
>rooming with an fob. Actually my corner of the floor is nothing but fobs, they get along well
>after the first month I see cliques forming around me
>never went to any res activities since no one talked to me, didn't know they happened
> floor dean (or whatever they're called) concerned that I'm a loner, trys to plan things that I suggest, plans to have a group baking thing
> the day comes, she forgets to tell me
> everyone enjoying the one thing that was supposed to make me get to know people, except for me
> during Halloween groups of students fill the halls all dressed up and ready to party
> I'm still alone with no niche to fit in
> decide not to go to res picture day because nobody knew me, why would I go to be in that picture?
> left uni after 3 months of crippling depression and loneliness, nobody but my roommate knows I am gone
I don't understand how these guys managed making friends and studying. I had my hopes up after making some acquaintances in HS, but I guess I never had the ability to actually make friends. Guess I could have joined their normiebook page, but I didn't knew that existed until it was too late to fit into any social group. Their friend making efforts are all but spent, I guess I missed the opportunity somehow, like always
Apologies for awkward greentext, just wanted to point form my experience
I should add
>tried gaming and rock climbing clubs
>tried a little get together in the res
>was the lone wojack in the corner
>only social interaction was with the floor dean and some bathroom chatter once
>gave up on all clubs and stayed inside playing vidya, not caring to do schoolwork
How do people learn to socialize? Even this self proclaimed "fembot" I know somehow has the ability to have at least 5 friends, plus can walk up to people and start a conversation, and she thinks she can be considered a robot, that shes antisocial and doesn't care for people interaction. But she doesn't know how it truely feels. At least that weeb has passions, likes, a fanbase she can join, like minded people that she can befriend. In the first month of uni she told me she already went to parties and obtained a FWB. How dare women consider themselves fembots
>yfw people ask me to hang out
>yfw i tell them im down and dont show up
It's good to be semi-normie
>made a friend
>school had a email system to email class mates
>two together people emailed class mates looking for someone who lives in my town
>end up giving them rides to school
>on the poor side but jewish
>they did get me to a party from a thing the valentear in
>we stoned talking to each other
>school had a game room
>pool table ping pong and somebody brought their video game console (shitty vcl tv)
>would play what ever they brought
>in the end it was a group of friend already knew each other
>left school with no friends
>yfw people ask me to hang out
>yfw i tell them I'm not very social and I'd rather not
>yfw I have no face
I learned to get around that. It took 5 years of wondering why I have no friends and trying to change myself
I'm in the same boat, dude
Like I was trying for the first 2 years to make friends but nothing went right (for different reasons), and now that it's the 3rd year I've kinda just given up.
At this point, I just don't see a point in trying. I'm going to graduate in a year and I'd rather not risk making myself look like more of an idiot to my class than I already have.
You guys are the closest things to friends I have.
Holy shit you fucking nailed it. Missed opportunity is EXACTLY how I'd describe my first year or so of college. Looking back I probably could have made friends but I was too scared to interact with people who came to me.
And of course now that it's 3rd year everyone has their own social group and it's too late for me to join anything without feeling like a third wheel.