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    Can you not initiate plans at a time that suits you? Do lunch or something so that you don't have to avoid drinking. I'm sure your friend will change her tune when she finds out but if you keep cancelling & not trying to catch up when you're well again, maybe that's why she's upset?

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyla View Post
    Cancelling twice, your friend is being petty. Pregnant or not I would have a low tolerance for a friend being rude to me for cancelling twice. Stuff happens, it's life and being rude to a friend when they've cancelled is petty.

    However a continued pattern of cancelling is different and would get on my goat and leave me feeling confused and hurt.
    i had a friend that cancelled on me three times in 6 days. While she had a really good reason, it really started to hurt by the third time.s

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    I think once she knows and you can explain, that'll be different. At the moment, all she sees is you coming up with a lame excuse at the last minute as to why you can't make it. That'd get on my goat, too!

    Try to organise a catch up with her for after your scan so you can be honest with her if you start feeling sick and can't make it. Also, hopefully your MS will go away soon, it got better for me at 14 weeks but before that I could barely drag myself out of bed let alone to socialise so I feel your pain!


 

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