June 5, 2011 3:38am CST
Back in 2009 when i was about to graduate i had the greatest of friends. We would hang out all the time and promised each other that we wouldn't let the separation of being graduated keep us apart. Well low and behold 99% of my so called friends don't speak to me or each other. Any one else have this problem? Why do you think graduating separates friends?
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5 Jun 11
This is the real of life. Since people change, not only of status but also preferences,some thing of the past are forgotten. I once had a group during college days but after graduation, finding work in our hometown, we lost contacts/ But since we are all work for one institution, there are lots of opportunities we still bump with each other once in a while and during college homecomings ( done every year with different batch host each year)we relish the old days and after that again, works separate us . Friendship is not lost as long as memories are still being cherished and hold dear in one's heart!
5 Jun 11
It might be because your working already and you don't have the same interests as before, my close friends at college are still close but they're not close to me anymore though, since I graduated later than them for I finished my degree as a summer graduate while they graduated at March, and they got a job in a school together, it hurts when we get left out, but then I still have my really close friends so I just don't think about it and just be thankful that I have real friends...