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Anonymous asked in Family & RelationshipsFriends · 2 months ago

She was once my best friend. Do I let her go? Is she a Narcissist?

"She got mad that i spoke for her"

I didn't know i did that twice until she pointed it out

She said she was gonna stay home instead and not go to the Halloween Party with me. Instead she hung out with someone else and lied to me instead of saying she didn't want to go with me

Didn't want to work things out

Being petty about it

Told me she didn't want to talk to no body until further notice, but continued to talk to others and not me

Tried to manipulate me into thinking it was my fault. With the help of a mutual friend backing her up

Make shady posts on Instagram

Calling me a narcissist and saying she doesn't care about "faked apologies"

Wrote her and apology twice and she didn't care

She got mad that i talked about it with a couple mutual friends and family. Yet she and another friend went and did the same thing with another mutual friend

Interrogated me about honesty and trust when she can't own up to her doing.

I tried to take responsibility for my part but she didn't care.

Played the victim

Told me "I need space" but wouldn't tell me why

Only cares about her and her own feelings

Egotistical

Doesn't see it any other way than her own

Is she selfish and a hypocrite.

Preaches about trust and self love

Overreacted about it, and

Update:

Also ignored me 

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  • 2 months ago
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    Yes Drop her, the friendship isn’t healthy, she’s making you feel small, she doesn’t sound respectful towards you. 

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  • 2 months ago

    I'm sorry, you clearly miss your friend. She's asked you repeatedly to leave her alone. YES! You do let her go. Otherwise? You are disrespecting her thoughts, words, actions and stance for herself. She has the right to run her OWN life. I get you find it confusing, demeaning, and horribly awful to you. I wish it weren't that way. But she does have the right to make her own choices. Even if they're wrong.

  • 2 months ago

    i would let her go

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