A "friend" stole my medication. I really need it for my anxiety. I did not notice until I got to work. I thought I'd be ok, but I freaked out - cried to my boss & left work to go home and get some from the stash I keep at home just in case. (Thank God I did that!)
Anyway, this girl is kind of a freeloader, but I didn't realize it until she hung out with me for a couple days. I did not not think she'd steal from me, though.
Another friend was w/ us, but I've known him longer & there's a level of trust there and I don't think he'd ever do that to me. I txtd him & told him what happened & he's in disbelief.
I'm not sure how I should confront the girl. I had plans of avoiding her after the weekend anyway because of how she was mooching & attempted to steal my skirt. I really don't want to call the cops b/c I don't have time to deal with that. Besides, if she lies & denies it, there's really nothing they can/will do about it. I want to just txt her and tell her how my pills are missing & I already talked to my other friend about it & I just want to hear her side.
There was an opportunity for her to take them when she was left alone in the car. It looks like she just took the pills & left the empty bottle. I keep one in the car and one at home.
She's just so ignorant b/c they're not narcotic & they won't get her high. And I suffered b/c you can't just stop taking a med like that. I'm just upset & hurt and I'd like advice on what I should do.
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