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Hi all I've just read through some of the previous posts n its so sad to hear just how lonely so many people are. I have hardly any friends so know that feeling of isolation so well. I spend days with my only conversation from either my young son or work colleagues. Christmas iscoming up and is another reminder of just how alone I am. I've tried making friends on these friendship sites but although people I've met seemed like the were also looking for genuine friendships they always fizzle out after a while. Fed up of always feeling Luke an outsider looking in on the world full of people that have lives full of people. I'm a good person, loyal, social, chatty & fun. I just don't understand why I can't make a few genuine friends.

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