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I dont know what to do - August 27th 2012, 02:26 AM

My best friend was horrible to me last year as my roommate and tomorrow is her birthday. I really don't want to show up to her birthday dinner because she completely blew mine off to hang out with her boyfriend when I planned the dinner as I was talking to her to see if she was free that day and all. I also don't want to go to the bar to celebrate with her but my current roommate and best friend is attending both and I don't want to create drama. I am just really bitter and I don't want that to come out. So should I go or not? I just don't know what to do and I just can't get over how hurtful she was to me for such a long time. What would you do?
   
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Re: I dont know what to do - August 27th 2012, 11:14 PM

Have you ever communicated this to your friend? If not, I would do so. As for whether or not you go to her birthday, that's your call. You could go for an hour vs. staying the whole time, or you could come up with an excuse and say you'd like to meet with her later this week (at which time, you could discuss how hurtful her actions have been as of late - maybe she doesn't even realize!).






   
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Re: I dont know what to do - August 28th 2012, 08:44 AM

You should talk to her about what she has done as PSY said she probably doesnt know ur hurt. I think you should go to her party if you aren't uncomfortable with it




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Re: I dont know what to do - August 28th 2012, 11:43 AM

Tell your friend how you feel. You don't have to go to the birthday party if you don't want too, You can make an excuse up after that you can tell her then how much the past is hurting you of what she did to you.
   
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