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What would you do if a person calls herself a friend... you have been there thru thick and thin for her and then in her own mind she warps things around and turns on you? Her own insecurities, jealousy what?

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      Angell VillafaƱe wrote Aug 24, 2009
    • Been there. A friend of mine did that exact thing and I tried to find out what I did wrong to make her behave in such a way. Turned out to be her own insecurities but our friendship has never been the same. Have you tried talking to your friend to try and find out what is going on...whe she turned on you? It could just be a miscommunication issue...here’s hoing.




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      Marilyn09 wrote Aug 24, 2009
    • You didnt say that you called her a friend.

      Be who you say you are and say what you feel...because those who matter, don't mind...and those who mind, don't matter




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Aug 25, 2009
    • If you have been there for her through thick and thin and her situation has improved now, you may have been used by her during difficult times. I know this hurts if this is the case. I have had friendships that ultimately felt like I was serving a purpose and when my purpose was done, so was the friendship. In my mind it was true friendship but no so by the other person.

      I’m sorry this has happened to you. at the very least she owes you some sort of explanation why the behavior change. even if the friendship stops, at least you can have some closure and understanding on the whole situation.

      Wishing you best.




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      Kmarie wrote Aug 25, 2009
    • I wish that i could say that I have not had the expereince but the truth is that I have had it. and it hurts everytime. My Mother use to refer me to the book of Sirach several chapters such as 19, or 20 18, 13 or 12. the book of Sirach is in the old testamont in the catholic bible. it always helped me through




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      Carolnphil wrote Aug 25, 2009
    • I agree with Cynthia!




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      Marilyn09 wrote Aug 25, 2009
    • “We can love a person's being and still protect ourselves from their behavior if that is necessary”

      I just copied this from Wacky Wilmas blog. It was a very good read.




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      Dalemarie wrote Aug 26, 2009
    • I thought I was her friend.. Thanks Ladies.. it eases the hurt... ((((HUGS)))




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