Re: Should I be separating sarging friends and regular friends
I had this problem recently because I've had a rough month sarging ever since I returned to University, in the summer it was easy, just go solo and have the freedom to open whatever I pleased. Now people have returned and they see me doing what I'm doing and are treating me differently, some just want me to fail, some want to help. Plus the group of people I made good friends with last year have just become boring (apart from my best friends) and it's been hindering my progress.
So I sat down with my housemates (basically my best friends and one of their girlfriends who's a HB8) and told them the situation. One of my best friends who's also got a girlfriend told me he's going to motivate me (didn't feel motivated recently), find things to do to raise our social value and to keep busy and that he will wing me when we're out and also keep any threats/cockblocks away.
So what I would say to this is to sit down with some close friends and just discuss it but if you don't have friends like that then it is better off just to not care and separate from them.
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