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Long Time Best Friend in Trouble?
08-21-2010, 12:47 PM
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Join Date: Jul 2010
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Re: Long Time Best Friend in Trouble?
Originally Posted by Gonebyfar
Like the above poster has suggested, you could try talking to your friend about your concerns. They may not realise that you are concerned about their recent behaviour and I'm sure that if you talk to them about it that it should help you to understand what has been going on. If they aren't willing to talk to you about it, perhaps you could tell an adult you trust about your concerns. Also, I'm sure your friend will appreciate that you feel concerned about them because it shows that you care about them.
Good luck, and let me know how things go.
It is totally her business, they're friends and friends look out for each other. I'm sure if you were concerned about a friend that you'd known for a long amount of time you would be concerned and certainly say something like that.
Like I said, drinking and smoking is nothing and In case you didn't notice, she says; "I'm not sure if we're really friends.", and no I wouldn't "say something like that" because the only time I fuck over my friends opinions and personal choices is when its life or death. In which case I'm busy dealing with shit, not making a thread about it. I'm actually trying to give advice here, and that advice is: like it or not, people don't like being babied, your friends are equals, they make their own choices just like you do. Don't try to control them, love them or hate them, just let them be the way they are and give them advice if they want it. Be there in case they fuck up, that's
a real friend, that's
Looking out for someone, not trying to restrict them for their own good.
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