Our expert says:
OK, it sounds as though the way your "friends" begaved after you left that workplace, proves bwyond doubt that they were NOT friends of yours ( and probably not friends of each other, either - they'd probably be as ugly to each other had another of them left ). So you are very well rid of them. The paranoid one sounds more like she has a few screws loose, and not in her car wheels.
Seems you've had really bad luck, SO FAR, with "friends". And it sounds as though you may have a primary problem with low self-esteem and self-confidence, needing the agreement of others to feel good about yourself, or to enjoy yourself. Seeing a counsellor could greatly help you to improve these matters, and be more confident and less easily swated negatively by others. ( Don't let a lazy and lying barman make you feel bad. Instead, order a brandy and coke, without the brandy. )
And most of those awful people are pretending to have a great time, but I doubt whether they are.
Counselling will be the answer, so you can first discover how great you are, and then share that with others
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