COVID-19 killed my friendships.

Every single last one. Maybe they were never true friendships in the first place.


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Same here

Apr 27, 2021 at 10:33am

I gave up. My friend tells me how she is hanging with lots of people every week and then has met up with me once in the last half a year. Why does she even bother message me? I’d rather talk to an AI bot.

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You’re not alone

Apr 27, 2021 at 11:50am

The world is changing and we are being invited to reconfigure ourselves and our connections alongside it.

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@we are being invited to reconfigure ourselves & connections

Apr 27, 2021 at 2:21pm

Yes yes yes ... Back to the Ancient Future ... Let's live around the village fireplace again with luv, respect and mutual support for all

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COVID ripped the blanket off

Apr 27, 2021 at 2:30pm

I hear you and understand. The lack of face to face time with people has eroded relationships and friendships. Sometimes losing the friends is not so bad. One woman who I thought was pretty mellow turned out to be a hotheaded online anti-government type. I had no idea until the pandemic! Another woman I realized I actually hate her and am only friends with her because of our former social circle overlapping. I see these people for who they are now. And I’m glad to shed the weight. OP, you will make new friends in the future. What is now, is Not Forever.

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Apr 27, 2021 at 3:03pm

I was friends(or so I thought) with someone for 7 years and supported her through her painful separation.During the last year we would see each other once a week but since she's found a boyfriend and sold her house,I haven't heard from her in months.She has ghosted me and to be honest,it does really hurt and I feel like I was used.Life moves on and the pandemic has laid bare who people really are.

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Me too.

Apr 27, 2021 at 4:19pm

I'm trying to come to terms with the fact that some of my best friends weren't really friends at all. Ending a friendship hurts just as much - if not more - than ending a romantic relationship. Take the time to grieve, heal, and take care of yourself. There are many others like you who are looking to make new connections after *gestures wildly* all of this is over. Better days are ahead.

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@ Covid ripped the blanket off

Apr 27, 2021 at 4:55pm

I think that hot-headed anti-government type of woman would make a great friend to help me replace all the stupid useless moronic sheep I had to rid myself of. Can you pass along her number? Thanks in advance.

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No kidding

Apr 27, 2021 at 5:13pm

I was in a relationship for nine months and this pandemic contributed to us breaking up. She didn't turn out to be whom I thought she was so I'm much better off without her. Life does go on and eventually these fair weathered friends of yours will have no importance in your life whatsoever.

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Apr 27, 2021 at 8:00pm

i didn't have many pre covid 19. from what i did they've all been exposed for the shallowness they really were. people can be such phony manipulative liars. i really have no more patience or interest in entertaining those empty friendships if all i am to them is supply. rather be alone. at least i can depend on myself.

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Single guy

Apr 27, 2021 at 11:16pm

Anyone I know who has a partner dropped me like a hot potato last spring.

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