It seems that no matter what my daughter does, throughout her childhood and even now, my daughter is having such a difficult time finding friends that show sincere friendship towards her. She has had 2 particular friends since preschool -
but their friendship has been so unhealthy. Neither has a good relationship with their mothers, and my daughter and I are super close - Gilmore Girls close. She is a wonderful, smart, enjoyable girl with christian values she isn't ashamed to express.
We have done what we can to help those in need and often we have been there to help her 2 friends be able to do things they are unable to do at home - going places with us, dinners, school shopping, etc. But these girls have consistently bullied and recently turned on my daughter by hacking into her friends only facebook page and writing mean things about her! I want her to end the friendship, is this right? Their mothers still need help
Asked by Anonymous at 8:18 AM on Jun. 17, 2009 in Teens (13-17)
Little girls can be nasty little monsters. Perhaps she can meet someone with the same values as your family through church functions or Christian summer camps.
Answer by Farrahann at 8:22 AM on Jun. 17, 2009
How mean! She is still friends with them? If so, does she say why she wants to remain friends with them? What about getting her involved in activities that these two girls aren't a part of? This way she will be surrounded by new people and these two girls won't be around to interfere with her new friendships?
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