BlueVioletMiniBaker: I would ask if everyone enjoyed the party!
Chavala: Great advice! Checking if they had fun is a really friendly thing to do!
VioletElsie said: I would tell an adult I trust and ask the person whose party it is why I wasn't invited. I would feel upset.
Purplesoftdiamond: I would feel sad because they’re my true friends, I would block them from the internet.
Chavala said: Totally understand that you'd feel sad, but it doesn't mean they're not your true friends just because they didn't invite you to THIS party. It's probably a better idea to find out why they didn't invite you before you blocked them.
Rosie Panda: A bit left out and if you see you friends at school ask about the party!
Chavala: That sounds like a good idea, but maybe don't jump to conclusions. It's completely normal to feel a bit left out in these situations, but often it's just a misunderstanding that's easily sorted.
TanzaniteAirCanary: I would think about the fun I've had with my family and what good things I have done instead of think about what I could've done.
Chavala: Absolutely, this is a perfect example of turning a negative situation into a positive one.
giantjumpingjackdaw said: I would have my own party
Chavala: AMAZING STRENGTH and individuality. It's brill to do your own thing and be ok with it!
Top Tip from Chavala
It seems like a lot of you would feel sad and left out if you were in this situation and that's completely normal!
The best thing to do is to chat to an adult you trust and see if they have any good tips! Talking to an adult and finding out what they think is a really good idea. Finding out someone else's opinion can help you understand!