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Am I being too harsh? - November 28th 2010, 10:32 PM

I've been having a problem with a friend lately and was hoping some of you might have advice. So the main problem is, this girl (let's call her D) I've been friends with for years just randomly started ignoring me a few months ago. She changed seats in the classes we sat together, she wouldn't look at me or talk to me, and she ditched me at lunch. So I deleted her from facebook and told my best friend (let's call her N). N talked to her and asked her what was up, and she said that I was the one ignoring her. I sent D an e-mail saying that I was very hurt by the way she was treating me and that I wanted an honest explanation. She didn't respond.

After a few weeks, we started talking at school again. Just casual, friendly conversation. Then she finally replied to my e-mail. She said that she had been avoiding me because she was getting annoyed with me and wanted to spend more time with her other friends. She said she didn't talk to me because she was "worried about my depression," and now she hopes we can be friends again. That still doesn't explain why she told N that I wasn't talking to her, though, and it doesn't seem right to me.

I still feel used and upset, and I feel really bad about N because the three of us have always been together, and now she probably feels like she's torn between us. She says she doesn't know who to believe, but she doesn't want me to fake being D's friend if I don't want to be friends with her. I just don't know what to tell D or how I should react. This isn't the first time she's done this to someone; she did it to most of her friends in elementary school. I don't know if she deserves to be forgiven. I'm not a toy, and she doesn't have the right to just toss me aside when she's sick of me and pick me back up when she's bored with her other toys. I'm not going to let her control me, but I just want to know if deciding not to be her friend is too harsh. Sorry this was so long... Any advice would be very appreciated.
   
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