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It was lonely growing up in care – but I felt even more isolated after I left

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I was in care from the age of seven until I went to university at 18. In the months leading up to leaving care and starting university in a small coastal town in Wales, I was terrified by the prospect of having to live by myself for the first time. Some may argue that all freshers feel the dread I felt that Saturday morning in September but, unlike most people, I didn’t have parents I could call.

I arrived at university with no idea of how to make or keep friends. I struggled to fit in with my flatmates; they all seemed to gel as a group, leaving me on the sidelines. To this day, as a 23-year-old, I struggle to form friendships, which has led to a constant feeling of loneliness.

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A fifth of care leavers feel lonely most of the time – the rules we lived under as children mean it’s difficult to keep friends

 

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