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If it helps at all to hear you're not alone, you aren't alone. I had a period of time in my 20s when it felt like I had zero friends, and I prayed a lot for new friends (which I am thankful eventually showed up, through my church!). But for a little while it was very lonely as I was growing into a different person while growing up and lost touch with old friends who were just not the right fit anymore.
Keep seeking out fellowship, even if it is a transition to meeting some new people. There are folks out there in the same boat who are looking for someone to spend time with! Just have to find them. It's hard, but worth the effort.
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