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I have had a friend from the UK for the past 6-7 years.  All of a sudden, she has quit speaking to me. I don’t know if it is something I did or she has pulled into a self-centered and selfish mode.  The only thing I can say about the whole situation is that I am horribly hurt. She’ll come on Yahoo! and if she sees me log on or if I DARE send her a message, she’ll log off....never answering.  

All I can say about this is that I’m done.  She’ll need to be the one to speak up...not me.



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      Anne E wrote Jun 26, 2009
    • Wow! I wonder what her problem is.  She’s acting like a fourth grader!  Sorry she is hurting you like this!



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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Jun 26, 2009
    • To be honest, sometimes I am like that too.  Not because I do not care about the other person, just because of life, being busy, or plan moody.  Do not take that seriously.  Life goes on.



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      Janet Wooley wrote Jun 26, 2009
    • Having said this do you really think she IS a true friend?First off you do not even know what the problem is, sounds like you are just guessing. If she is a true friend I would send an e-mail or call her and ask what’s up did I do something? most likely it is a misunderstanding.If you are a true friend you OWE it to the friendshio to at least try and make ammends thats what friends do. If not don’t worry about it and move on. Don’t give others that much control.



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      Angelcart wrote Jun 26, 2009
    • Hi neighbor!  Sorry your hurt over this which I can totally understand.  I had a dear friend almost end our relationship over something very stupid.  She only lived 5 houses down from me too.  We ride bikes together a lot and my husband bought me the same leather jacket she has.  I didn’t ask him to, I just commented on how much I liked it.  When she saw me wearing it she went off on me.  I felt I wasn’t in the wrong so I just didn’t speak with her for a year and a half.  I saw her at a rally and she came up to apologize.  I accepted and now we are great friends.  It it’s that important to you why not sent her an email and ask her what the problem is?  I think these things can be worked out.  Best of luck to you.happy



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      Owlmaria wrote Jun 27, 2009
    • frown
      xoxoxo from a cyber-friend!



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      Shana Montgomery wrote Jun 27, 2009
    • I think I am going to go on vacation and then email her when I return.  I am going to approach the whole situation and then let the cards fall where they will.



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      Frannie1964 wrote Jun 27, 2009
    • Sorry your friend Is treating you that way. I did have a Friend In SC who was one of my best friends when she lived here In Cali. She moved away but we were still good friends and would send mail to each other every week and send pics we talked on the phone and then one day she just stopped sending me mail, stopped calling. I had no idea what I did wrong. I even apologized to her without even knowing If I did anything or what I did, but she never answered me back. So I stopped, I stopped contact, at least I know I tried and I apologized. I wasn’t going to keep doing that, It was her turn, the ball was In her court now.



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      Gigi2misscharlotte wrote Jun 28, 2009
    • i am sorry to say i have been the friend who became so over loaded and was the one who did not send cards, make phonecall, email—i was in self destruct mode, and selfish. i saw that after the fact. and i was ashamed to have neglected a 25+ year friendship that had traveled with us through times, good and bad. if my grandchild had not been born when she was, i am not sure what would have jolted me into reality. fortunately my daughter’s baby shower had included this friend which she was willing to travel 3 hours and stay overnight in a nice hotel and invite me to come and catch up. my grown children acted on behalf of our relationship and the new birth became in more than one way, a new beginning. i offered no apology and she offered support when i expressed to my friend my state of mind, and my commitment to move forward. an apology was not what either needed, just the time to allow us to become reacquainted.  not that this is your circumstance, but she may have something that is blocking the path—path of communication. jean



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