“You will always be my best friend,” words that seemed so unbreakable at the time. Middle of my freshman year, and I sat in history, right next to my so-called “best friend” not saying a word. People always say that your friends in high school change, but I certainly did not think that would come true my freshman year. Everything happened so suddenly, one week we were hanging out, and the next, we were trying to avoid eye contact in the hallway. I understood that friends fight, and we had fought several times, but this one had a different vibe to it, I could tell things were changing.
High school was supposed to be a magical time at least that 's what everyone told me. High school is where you meet you best friends and spend the rest of your life with them it 's where your suppose to make your mistakes because you 're so young it doesn 't really count. For me high school was a little different, it was more about worrying about the future and all that could go wrong then just living in the now and that is something a wish I could change, I would have just done the best I could and not worry so much, but being in high school you are going to worry just don 't let it overwhelm you. I had a set of friends like I assume everyone else had, three to be exact they were nice and kind people I could really go to In an instant with anything. One friend beat all of them though she was my best friend Skylar.
I never really knew exactly how I felt about starting high school. While I was excited to make new friends and learn new things, I was also very nervous about finding my way around and trying to stay out of the way of upperclassmen. I knew the work would be difficult, so I was dreading that. But I also knew that there were so many extra-curricular activities and that I would have a blast. All these feelings built into one confusing emotion.
“You will always be my best friend,” words that seem so unbreakable at the time. Middle of my freshman year, and I sit in history, right next to my so-called “best friend” not saying a word. People always say that your friends in high school change, but I certainly did not think that would come true my freshman year. Everything happened so suddenly, one week we were hanging out, and the next, we were trying to avoid eye contact in the hallway. I understand that friends fight, and we have fought several times, but this one had a different vibe to it, I could tell things were changing.
So if she need help or support on something im there for her and if i need it she is there for me. I usually make friends through my sister because she just more of a talker and she can make friends easy im not to well at it though, but most of my friends i have either known for awhile or i have just meet them this year but i feel like i can trust almost all of them and they are fun people to be around. When coming to high school many people told me you wont keep your old
I was the strange child, I still am the strange child in the class. I wasn’t afraid to tell people what my opinion was about them or their ideas. I wasn’t afraid to find common interests with new friends and share my experience stories with them. More importantly, to me at least, I wasn’t afraid to talk about: my depression, my anxiety or even my bipolar and the feelings of ups and downs that those ‘illnesses’ had put the emotions and mental state I have through. “Everything changes when you arrive at HIgh School,” and, “it’ll be the best years of your life,” I’ve even heard, “you’re going to miss being in school.” I will tell you that while I will miss the three friends I have here in High School, I’m never going to miss the resentment and self hatred that followed my soul all through the first semester of Freshman year that I’m still working through.
I actually had a friend that knew something about me and decided that they wanted to betray me and change up what I had said, but it didn’t work because people already knew what type of person I was. I don’t really trust to many people cant even call them my friends I would rather call them more of an associate then a friend, because that’s all I do with them is talk and nothing more. I had to learn a true friend will always be by your side even when you cant count on anyone. They will encourage you through the hard times and situations you go through. They will never distract from what God has for you and your
My entire childhood I heard stories and watched movies that portray the cliche of a teenager whose family thinks they’re perfect until they fall in with the wrong crowd in high school and everything changes. Watching these movies and hearing these stories, I never thought that it could happen to me, never stopped to say maybe one day that would be me. Until one day I realized it already was me. I had been best friends with this one girl for almost two years at this point, and of course she has other friends, but there was one in particular that I hated with no obvious reason as to why. The new school year started and my best friend and I ended up having class with this girl I hated so as per the ways of high school, my best friend wanted all three of us to become friends.
So, the problem with making friends at such a young age was hard for me. I always felt like it was me more then anything. I always felt like I didn’t something wrong as a kid. When I moved to a new school none of the kids would talk to me and leave me out of all the games even class projects. Even seven years later my mind still can’t let go of that damn word.
Everyone I’ve met in the last 18 years of my life has had a role in shaping who I am today. We were good friends throughout high school, until, unfortunately, it all took a grim turn on a March day. Towards the end of high school, I had come to the realization that my friends were playing a toxic role in my life. I was constantly pushed towards doing immoral actions and never felt free amongst them. The problems extended outside of school, my mother and I were in everlasting conflict over issues raised about my friends.