Basically. I feel like all the friends I made in my first term at university hate me and find me annoying, they haven't outwardly shown this, but the tone of their very occasional texts makes me feel this way. I feel like a total outcast. I havent seen these people since November. We all lived together but due to covid and mental health I moved home while they stayed together. My social anxiety is destroying my life, I'm going back to uni in a week but I'm terrified because I've convinced myself they all hate me even if there isn't any evidence for this. I have no other "friends" at all. Due to problems with room allocations when I return I will be going into a studio flat on my own rather than the shared flat I was in with them, however next year we will live together again. I'm so scared they hate me I don't even know how to go about asking if they want to meet up, go for a walk, just anything. I don't know anyone at my university other than them. If this doesn't work out and I can't sort out my social life, I will most likely drop out of university, my mental health has never been this bad and this return is like a test to see if I can cope, or if I need to drop out and try again once I have stabilised myself. I'm not close enough to them to discuss something like this, I already feel like I come across as clingy. I just need some advice I guess, how do I ask people to meet up without coming across as clingy or annoying, would someone find it annoying if they were asked by someone they don't know very well to meet up. All I want is to get to know them better seeing as we have to live with each other next year. Just for context, I have been diagnosed with persistent depressive disorder, social anxiety and ocd.