I feel like I have no real friends anymore... My "friends" still ask me to hang out with them (rarely) but I know they talk about me behind my back and only pick to hang out with me when theres no one else around. I just don't know what to do anymore...I've tried making new friends but I just feel weird and awkward talking to ANYONE other than my boyfriend. My boyfriend doesn't understand why I'm like this, when we first met I always wanted to talk to people and do fun things but now I don't and he makes me feel like shit about it...Why am I like this? I'm starting to refuse to go to anyones house anymore or do anything with anyone. Maybe I'm losing my mind or something /:
Sounds like hormones aren't helping your situation. Why don't you really push yourself to invite a few friends to do something? Just go to the cinema or out for a meal. You may find it's all in your head, the fact they are still asking you to do things with them shows they do still care about you and want to spend time with you. Yes friendships become harder when you get pregnant as you start heading down different paths, but if you want to keep your friends, push yourself to make that extra bit of effort
I've become totally anti-social throughout my pregnancy too, I knew as soon as I moved out of the flat I was living in I wasn't going to be seeing my friends any more. I just feel like we have nothing in common and I feel awkward being out with them. Like they're all skinny and pretty with next to no responsibilities and worries like what they're going to wear to town that night and spending their money where ever because they've all moved back home and that's just not who I am now. I hope you're just hormonal and feel more sociable soon but I've become more and more of a recluse throughout this pregnancy.. tbh it doesn't even bother me any more
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