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Styx wrote

I was in a similar position as you. Comfortable enough to go to a private school but not rich enough to get my own Audi for my 18th birthday like many of my classmates. I also struggled with maintaining friendships (as if it was even possible with those fuckwits).

And here's the thing: You should pity them. They are already dead inside and there's nothing anyone can do to help them. They will soon discover that whatever riches they have are not enough, that there are significantly richer people than them, and will spiral into a massive existential crisis, because someone else has a more expensive car than they do. Boo fucking hoo.

In a few years, once you go to uni or w/e, you'll meet a more varied selection of people and finally meet those who respect you for who you are. Then you'll see more clearly how pitiful this bunch is.

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SnowCode OP wrote (edited )

The thing is that those people are also my friends. In most cases they're not like that and I love them. They comforted me a lot, and yet I still feel like shit. I maybe feel a little less like shit when I'm with them and I'm grateful for that. I don't hate them, I do hate myself right now though.

The thing that bugs me the most is not them, it's the fact I feel soooo useless.

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Styx wrote

I'm sorry you feel this way. It looks like you have too high expectations for yourself. Objectively though, you are a teenager. There isn't much you can do and that's alright. The opportunity will eventually present itself.

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