1. Don’t think about it too much, it can cause stress to you.
2. If they keep ignoring you, do your best to stay away from them and don’t spend weeks mourning over them. If they’re not your friend, it’s their loss.
3. Don’t get stressed over it; if your friends have walked away from you they’re probably not true friends, and so aren’t worth being upset about.
4. Be grateful for everything and everyone you do have, instead of mourning the people you don’t have. You will have a new beginning.
5. Come to terms with the fact that most friends are expendable. This happens to people who have been lifelong friends all the time; when someone no longer needs you they will show their true colors. If they choose to stop being friends with you when they no longer need your company, then they were never true friends to begin with.
6. Try talking them in real life, not over social websites like Facebook and MSN or using texts. You can then judge the sincerity of their words and their body language.
7. If they start to be mean, as in talking behind your back or just straight up bullying, ask them about it. If you feel that would end badly, then simply keep your head up and realize they are not worth your time.
8. If it doesn’t work out, just move on, even though it’s hard to let go sometimes.
9. Give them some time. Maybe something is changing in their life or they’re undergoing self-reflection. If they reach out to you later, consider accepting their olive branch to restart your friendship.