Welcome to the depression forum. You may be suffering from depression, but you are also at that age where you are discovering your life. At your age, I had the same problems. I just didn't know who I was. That comes with time sweetie. So be patient with yourself.
People come and go in our lives. Get out there and make friends. Know that some will always be your friend even if in life you don't keep in touch with eachother. I recently contacted a person I haven't seen in thirty years. That makes me pretty old I know. But it was on facebook. She lives far away actually.
You are unsure of things right now. I suggest talking to your school counselor, they are good at helping us sort things out. Let them know how you feel and hopefully they can help you.
We can give you the best advice we can. But we can't diagnose you like a professional. We are just other people with depression. We can share our experiences though.
When I was your age, all I thought about was my boyfriend. I wasn't the best in school, because all I wanted was to graduate and be done with it. But I did go to college for awhile and I am glad that I did. It tought me a lot about life and people. You learn as you live they say. And that is true. I am still working on things. The older i get the smarter i get about life. It takes time to figure it out.
So my best suggestion is to talk to a professional, and figure out if you are depressed or not.
Best wishes to you.
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