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ecstaticemm asked:

20 Apr 2010

old friend who's taken the wrong path in life; how do i tell her i dont want to be associated toher

an old friend of mine who i used to kill for started making bad choices about a year ago; starting with cheating on someone which she used to swear she'd never do. Now its escalated to smoking; doing drugs; becomeing an alchololic; having sex with random people she barely knows; and the most recent... joining a gang. :|

i must say that if it was just one or two of the less serious things i wouldn't take it so seriously... but this has been going on for almost a year. and we are two totally different people. she's constantly making myself and our other friend myra uncomfortable. we've tried talking to her but she has this "i'm too good for that" attitude about it; so everything we say goes in one ear and out the other. We are officially fed up with it and we're wanting to politely tell her that we're through with her. and that we dont want anything to do with her. But we're alittle lost as to how....

we really do care for her and I'm In serious need of hekp so PLEASE!! :[ thats supposed to be Help in the last sentance sorry



barbipixi says:

Posted on 20 Apr 2010

sorry but sometimes the best thing you can do is think about you and your other friend. you can't make someone change who they've become. sometimes they really have to realize how hard they've hit the bottom and it's something they have to discover themselves you're not going to be able to show them they won't believe anyone until they know it's true from themselves

if she can't be helped and she doesn't think she needs to be helped then the best thing to do is try to help yourselves. you can let her know why you don't want to hang out with her and let her know that you don't agree with the person she's becoming and you still love her but it hurts you guys too much to see her do this to herself and not be able to see it. and if she decides later that your friendship is important to her and she want's to be a person that's not going to put you in this kind of choice then you' want to be with her too


xvainbabyx says:

Posted on 20 Apr 2010

OOOh the EXACT same thing happened with my friend except it was mostly her moms fault for like buying her cigarettes, booze and barely ever talking to her long enough to have an actual mother-daughter convo... she kept calling my house but im not the "let her down easy" type so id answer scream slut and hang up I havent talked to her for about 2 months and she was completely obsessed with being my friend so eventually she came to her senses but im still not talking to her untill she really realizes that what she did was a terrible thing to do

I hope your friend realizes what shes doing to herself before she gets really hurt :)


jod_mets says:

Posted on 30 Dec 2010

Trying to change someone is one of the worst things you could do. Try informing someone older that you love/care/trust about this, joining a gang can not only be dangerous for you and your friend but can also be extremely dangerous for herself. She might not thank you guys now - but in a few years she will - trust me.

Thinking about yourself once and awhile isn't always a bad thing though. Don't get yourself involved in the things she is doing or the "peer pressure" that's she's maybe putting you through. It seems you're a smart girl. But, for the your friend who's making the wrong choices there's only one person who can really help her, and that's herself. I wouldn't get involved with her. Seeing as though you've tried talking to her. She can't blame you for anything - I think you're making a very wise choice by going different ways and getting your space.... it doesn't seem like there's much more you can do. Tell her you're just going down different roads and when she's ready to make smarter choices you'll always be there.


ecstaticemm says:

Posted on 20 Apr 2010

thats actually the approach we've been trying for the past couple of months; and sadly it isn't working. :| but thankyou anyways (:

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