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05-04-2015 08:04 #21
05-04-2015 08:22 #22
05-04-2015 09:00 #23
You say she was yours, but never that you were hers...
Or that you said/did something to upset/offend her? Not saying this makes her behaviour okay, as it would have been better to call you on it, but people don't always do that. You never know what another feels from your actions/words.
My best friend has been so since we were 10 years old- so 16 years now. She lives in Europe and I live here... so of course I don't get invited to things. And we only talk once a month, but it's like we were never apart (except for all the news we need to catch up on). I know she will always have my back no matter what, as I have hers.
I do think you're 'friend' has become caught up in her new group, but everyone does that at some point. Have you spoken to her about it?
Last edited by DT75; 05-04-2015 at 09:07.
08-04-2015 11:56 #24
i thought i would update..
i messaged bf and said lets meet up for lunch (living 1.5hrs away i said I'll come to a cafe/restaurant near her place )..and we did..conversation wasnt very smooth, short reserved answers from her, i asked about not seeing much of each other,has anything happened etc she said no everytings good..
her birthday was last wednesday, usually both of us (since we have families now) tend to spend the actual birthday day with family and meet up with each other at a latter date to celebrate.. so i said how about doing something this weekend..she said no its okay we dont need to celebrate since shes already celebrated with her family...fair enough..
than today i find out from my SIL(whose DH is friends with bf's DH...so he probably told him) that bf is having a party with her group of friends...
so...i give up..i dont care anymore...i'll get over this and move on
08-04-2015 11:58 #25
08-04-2015 12:00 #26
Oh hugs hun that's really harsh. It sounds like she's not worth being friends with, cause that's a really cr@ppy way to treat someone you've been friends with fir so long.
08-04-2015 12:08 #27
Gee OP, that really sucks
Seems like she's replaced you with her newer group of friends. To be honest, her behaviour says a lot about her character.
Who knows what's going on in her head, but I think it's about her, not you.
She is not a quality friend. You deserve much better
08-04-2015 18:35 #28
08-04-2015 18:42 #29
Wow, that's horrible! Id just step away from that friendship completely.
I actually have no friends at all. I've never had a best friend. I never used to care but I do now. Kinda pathetic but oh well.
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