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midsummer_dreams asked:

22 Jun 2010

Friendss? :|

Okay so me & my 'bestmate' have been close for like 5 years? But lately we've just been growing apart. Her parents always crowd her, and she doesnt even resist. We never see each other out of school anymore. And at school we fight like mad. Like, she's always put me down. And iv always tried to help her be more confident. Eg. In yr5, she wasnt allowed to wear shorts, so when she saw me wearing em, she tells me i have fat legs. A few days ago i teased my hair, first thing she tells me in the morning is: 'your hair is rubbish'. Then the other day she says infront of all our friends: 'btw that dress your gonna wear to the trip is nasty. Sorry but its true.' Right, does she really have to say that infront of everyone? And like, everyone else in our lil 'group' is always having a go at ME and stickin up for her, without realising it. Like, i'm sort of the slag of the group, just cos i have a little more interest in boys than any of them. So now I just dress to impress guys. (writing more.) So lately I started hanging out with this other crowd. Ok before I used to hate them (they know tht, i havn't exactly made a secret of it. Everyone knows i used to hate em.) But now its like, idk i get along better with them. And some of them have had bfs, so atleast i aint the 'slag' anymore (iv never even had the bf. They didnt actually call me a slag, but yknow, it was obv what they thought. They'd tut whenever I talk about guys.) But the problem with this new crowd is, they're the 'popular' ones. They tend to bully alot of people. They were even trynna bully my bestmate, but I told them to leave her alone. And no, im not hanging out with them just to be popular. Im already very popular among everyone, and even they know it, and also that i dont give a shit about it. Now my bestmate confronted me about why im suddenly hanging out with them (so it takes her 5 days to notice)? Me: We argue too much. Her: Well we didn't even argue recently. Me: Well maybe your better off without me? I aint mad at you. Just si



barbipixi says:

Posted on 23 Jun 2010

in school i hung out with lots of different 'levels' of people. but i wans't classified except by myself i was the only individual in school i wore what i wanted and i was happy and outgoing (actully this was in highschool it took a while to break out of my shy shell)

i had a very few best friends in school and we would hang out from time to time but now that we're older we all live in other areas and we talk very little on facebook or myspace to just see what each other's life is up to.

if you have a friend who is very sheltered and may even resent the fact that your parents are so much more lenient on what you can do and wear then duh that resentment will build over time and will start to show in her actions. really that's what it sounds like. sometimes friends just grow apart and some times you become a person who just can't accept things and you have to put others down to feel better about yourself

i would say be you just like you have been. hang around the people who make you feel good about yourself. you don't have to make fun of others to feel better but you can express how you don't really get a kick out of talking about other people that don't really matter to you anyway. if they start talking about something you dont' like either change the subject or act like you don't care and shrug.

'whatever i don't really pay attention to him/her. they're not in the matter to my life area'

but yea you can tell her that you know she has rules in her family that are different from yours and you respect that her parents want to raise her a different way, but that doesn't mean she has to talk down to you because you'rs is different from hers. she needs to respect yours as well.

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