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By SIck Life - / Monday 31 December 2019 12:00 /
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By  Listerinekiss  |  8

I'm sorry OP. May I suggest expanding your social circle and possibly joining some clubs or a sports team if you already aren't involved? I met some long time friends in track and field and all of our birthdays were a celebration. Good luck OP.

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By  awrb  |  2

Don’t be so hard on yourself, your real friends want to be at your birthday party. Don’t let your self doubt win, if the situation was reversed & it was one of their birthdays, how would you feel? Why would they feel any different?

By  Listerinekiss  |  8

I'm sorry OP. May I suggest expanding your social circle and possibly joining some clubs or a sports team if you already aren't involved? I met some long time friends in track and field and all of our birthdays were a celebration. Good luck OP.

As unfortunate as it is this is a thing you will undoubtedly need to adjust too not everyone is as trustworthy as they seem don’t expect anyone to do anything for you lol I haven’t had any friends over for my birthday since I was 16 and I just turned 20 the sooner you get over it the sooner you become stronger on your own you don’t need friends irl to progress on your own in the long run everything comes down to what your capable of yourself

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  Sinshine  |  24

That's a good point, it really depends on what kind of party it is. I wouldn't want to go to a huge as party with a full house either, but if it's just some friends hanging out, I'd come even if I don't know anyone there, despite being not really comfortable with a lot of new faces at once.
OP, ask them why they don't want to come. Maybe it's as dunkle as this and they're relying on everyone else coming.

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