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Stone Soup Classics by Jan Eliot for December 06, 2018

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    BJB  7 months ago

    Yup it was me to back in the day.

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    samhuff  7 months ago

    Is it worse to always be in the out crowd, or be in the In crowd and be kicked out?

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    Happy, happy, happy!!! Premium Member 7 months ago

    Been there.

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    locake  7 months ago

    I don’t see why Alix can’t host her own activities and invite her own friends. She would be much happier that way.

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    scaeva  7 months ago

    Rejection always hurts, but it teaches you to be independent, and that is a positive outcome. Too many these days want to be “a part” of something. But a part is something that can be replaced. A true individual cannot.

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    kab2rb  7 months ago

    Alix the same with adults. The place I used to work at, an invitation was sent out for a party, I did not receive invitation left out, the party went on life went on.

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    pchemcat  7 months ago

    It hurts a bit now Alix, but you are far better off by not “belonging” to a clique. You have a brain and the initiative to think for yourself. That is not allowed in cliques. Be proud to be a thinker instead of a follower.

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    Night-Gaunt49  7 months ago

    I was happy to be ignored so no invitations was a sign I was correct in my observations. I am not gregarious one of the outliers from normal group behavior. Evolution does that.

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    amethyst52 Premium Member 7 months ago

    Alix, you will survive. I survived, never had a date, never went to prom, never one of the cool kids. You will find that you will succeed and surpass all those “mean girls.”

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