My only friend, practically my lifeline, has stopped talking to me. I can\'t help but think that it\'s my fault, and it probably is. I am usually the one to spark up conversations, and I suggest hangouts. This summer, my depression hit me hard. I wasn\'t talking to anyone. I only came out of my room to eat (which I did a lot of) and because I was forced to. I messaged her once to see if she wanted to go to a movie, which we did. The whole time, I thought mwe had a good time. The next months passed like hours to me. I didn\'t do anything. When school started up again, she told me she doesn\'t like me anymore. That she\'s mad at me. I want to explain to her how the summer effected me, yet I don\'t want to sound like I\'m trying to come up with excuses. The past few days have been worse than the summer. I cry myself to sleep, and I can\'t help my past of self harm and suicide attempts start to creep up in my mind. I go to a VERY small school. She\'s the only one I want to be friends with.

I changed my mind, go back Home.

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