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I turned 21 yesterday. I am socially active in my college and well-known amongst my peers, seniors and juniors. While I consider only 2-3 people my close friends, I can say that I have a big social circle. I am upset by the fact that I was not wished by people on my birthday. I very well understand that people are busy in their own lives and may not consider you important in their life. However, I as a person has always strived to help people wherever I can, and I believe that wishing someone you know and talk to is the least form of human decency that you can bestow. It hardly takes two minutes to wish someone. I am confused and conflicted as to what should be my approach towards this and how should I cope with this?

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" You get to know a little more about the people around you on each of your birthday " I wrote it in my birthday.

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I am sure more than 5 people wished you

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Anonymous
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If people not wishing you makes you upset… You have a lot of learn in life

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Educate me then

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Not that easy… You will learn it eventually

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Anonymous
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It’s good no… you’re still 20 then

Sanket @sanket

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Birthday is such a stupid thing, so the people who had to greet you or their greetings were insufficient to make you smile?
Can I rephrase into other words that read expectations shall be controlled?

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