(Closed) Not quite sure what to think of this

posted 5 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

wait, shes acting immature. give her time to cool off and then you can talk to her and since shes a bridesmaid you will have to talk things over. i hope it works out

Post # 4
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2018

Sounds like she completely overreacted. She had no right to talk to you like this… if you don’t wanna go, you don’t wanna go! And who is she to say you’re not sick?

Just make sure you haven’t been making her feel immature or anything because she still wants to go out an you don’t- even if you don’t mean to, it could cause her to be resentful of your pending marriage.

Post # 5
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2010

Umm… don’t drink and text.

I’d talk to her about it.  Now that she’s cooled off and sobered up, you can have a calm conversation.  Friendships evolve, and I think it’s really good to hash it out once in a while about how your relationship is going to work out.  I’ve had the same two best friends since we were nine years old, and the things we liked to do obviously changed over time, and sometimes at different paces.  It sucks that she was rude, but hopefully you guys can work it out.

Post # 6
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Worker bee

I think her feelings were probably hurt because you left so soon. I would reach out to her and explain that you weren’t feeling well and maybe you two can go out another night. If you don’t like the club scene maybe you can do a bar/restaurant for some drinks! Hope you two are able to work it out.

Post # 7
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

I never go go out either. I get huge migranes from loud noise and flashing lights and it can make me physically sick. Still if my friends invite me out they get upset if I don’t come or go home early. It makes them feel like I am calling them childish or just not caring about them. 

In your position, I would talk to her, I’d even offer to go out with her, downtown, in a week when I was better. Yes, she was being immature and probably drunk texting, but I’ve been in situations where I just couldn’t see that the other person really did care and all I wanted was for them to show me how much they really did care. 

Post # 8
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

She is a cow.

Cannot really think of anything else to say.

Post # 9
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

I never really go out either – not so much growing out of clubbing, as never actually growing into it in the first place! But I would assume that she’d had a bit to drink, given that she sent the message so late/early and, alcohol being the magical thing that it is, would most likely have exacerbated her feeling upset with you for leaving early.

It sucks that she thinks you were lying about being sick but, unfortunately, no one else is going to know exactly how good (or crap) we are feeling. And if there have been other times in the past where you’ve not caught up with her, or caught up with her but not been ‘all there’ because of other things going on in your life (e.g. wedding planning), perhaps she feels taht you were just making excuses?

Post # 10
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2016

She was definitely out of line, but my theory is that she is probably afraid of losing to You to world of married people. Perhaps she saw her party as a kind of test, and is upset that you “failed”. Have a talk with her about how hurt was hurtful, and reassure hguy of your friendshio, no matter your marital status- that is,if she apologizes and acts decently!!

Post # 11
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

If she sent that at 3AM, she was probably drunk. I wouldn’t take it too seriously. Give it some time and then go back to her and see if it was just drunk talk or if she was serious so that you can have a heart-to-heart if necessary.

Post # 12
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

She’s really, really selfish and immature.  I’d drop her as a friend and never give her another thought.

Post # 16
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

@meetmethere2013:  I was in her position maybe 7 or so years ago.  Granted, I was never rude to my friends or sent them nasty-grams, but I remember on my 22nd birthday I was very excited to go out clubbing with the girls.  I had one friend in particular who was now, in hindsight, “growing up” and living with her SO and in my overly dramatic opinion at the time, “never wanted to leave the house anymore.”  She always made excuses if we had plans to go out to the bar or a late movie and it just started to feel like she thought she was too good for us now. 

After many a conversation with her and after we all started taking our turns settling down, it became clear to us that it was neither her SO or us to blame….she just grew out of that phase before we did. 

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