This can happen after a nightmare which we may not even remember. I wouldn't put any emphasis on this, but I feel you should start doing things with friends to develop more of a social life. Get involved in things you truly enjoy so you can meet some like-minded people. Often if we go to bed too tired we don't get a restful sleep, and this may have played a part in what happened. Always remember that it's not about the quantity of friends you have but the quality of the friends. You're okay, just try to get out a bit more so you don't feel so lonely. Take care.
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