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Letting a Friend Go

  1. .twist.

    pineapple / 12802 posts

    @Raindrop: Oh I fully understand! This friend would make plans to doing certain fun classes with me. Then, halfway through the course she would start to bail and I'd be going to class by myself because she was hungover. I'd never know until the morning of the class either. She also left my wedding early to go party with her friends, she left my bachelorette half way through because some of her friends showed up and they didn't want to hang out there. So she went with them.... I paid for her make up, secretly because she was broke, for my wedding (even though my other two friends paid for their own and they were far worse off financially than her) and she changed ALL of it after the fact. Just little things like this. All. The. Time.

  2. DigAPony

    pear / 1787 posts

    You've already gotten lots of good responses, but I just wanted to chime in and say that I think writing her back is the right thing to do. Freshmen year of college my roommate and I got along really well and were good friends, and then in the second semester she just totally froze me out. Like a PP said, it was honestly one of the most hurtful things I've ever experienced. I know it's not the same, because I didn't, say, steal from my friend, but it took me literally years to get over and I still wonder about it.

  3. .twist.

    pineapple / 12802 posts

    I did write her a response. I kept it pretty short, apologizing for being really bad at getting in touch and then let her know that I feel like I've drifted out of the friendship and that my priorities are focusing on my family and our newest addition.

    I didn't bring up any of the ol' shit because I just didn't see the point in it. *shrugs* Now I wait I guess. I feel like garbage and my stomach is totally doing flips.


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