My close friend has seriously hurt and let me down. I'm utterly bewildered and pained and cannot stop myself from dwelling on what's passed between us. It's making me so sick inside. I simply never saw this incident coming and cannot understand why she insists on bearing a grudge about something I cannot change; was not my fault (or hers); and I couldn't possibly be more sorry and sad over if I tried. I've cried until I'm hoarse over this. I miss her but she is a stone wall to me suddenly. It's very odd.
My husband says put her in the past now and forget her; friendships come and go and she was obviously not who I imagined her to be. But I'm finding it so hard. We had once clicked so well. How can I walk away and not keep dwelling uselessly on this?
Any helpful words would be a big help. I'm sick to the pit of my stomach.
Asked by Anonymous at 6:07 AM on Dec. 23, 2010 in Relationships
I think your HB is a wise man:) Listen to him. If your friend is bashing you because of something you didn't do or you are not responsible for it (or even if you do, friends just say: hey it wasn't nice...). Forget her, go out, find new friends and say thank you for your husband and God that you have him:P
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