In school i have a group friends,6 to be exact I've known 1 of them (call him "M")for 11 years now. I've known (let's call him "K") for 6 years now. last year a new comer came and somehow entered our group(call him "B"), he quickly became mine , M's and B's best friend ,but suddenly this year i started feeling like I've been replaced by him. I distant away from the group a little bit to see if anyone would ask or look for me but no one did , as they where hanging out with B all the time.I didn't really mind , but it hurts pretty bad , but i thought that maybe that's just because i was he one who distant the way and maybe I'm just being jealous from all the attention B got , then one day M invited me and B to his house(the only reason i think he invited me is because I invited him and B to my house before). and in M's house he and B both entered the room and left me with M's grandmother ,M seemed to really ignore me and only cared about B , now that really annoyed ,me since I've known M for so long and it's not the 1'st time. in case you're wondering were all males , confronting anyone is not an option,I was just thinking of cutting them off. WHAT DO I DO?
In school, I had a group of friends and every year we had new people that joined our little group. They normally got lots of attention, that never bothered me though because they were all my friends and I cared for all of them. Can't let jealousy get to you like that.
Try bringing yourself back into the group or try hanging out with B more or have some time to invite them over and hang out too. If you just act cool about it, they'll probably want you around more.
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