Post # 62
Wow, you were generous and kind in your response to her.
I’ve had friends like this in the past and really have moved to a place where I started cutting these friendships out (not telling you to do that, just what I did). It’s just too much drama. Especially when there are friends who expect you to “carry” them through things.
wishing you the best figuring all this out.
Post # 63
@fauxfatale: Bottomline is, I would sit down with her so that she knows your perspective and how you feel about the happiest event of your life possibly being ruined by someone that didn’t want to be there in the first place (what she said in her FB post). I would do this for 2 reasons:
1. So that you can stop stressing about the “elephant in the room” and finally get it out and clear the air.
and 2. So that she knows exactly what the facts are so that if she does gossip to friends about the situation, you will know exactly what kind of person you are dealing with if someone knew the facts and still decided to spread lies instead.
Personally, I hate holding things in…too much unnecessary tension! 🙂
Post # 64
Dear “horrible friend person”,
I am done….
I loved my wedding. It will forever be one of the happiest moments of my life. I tried to make it a happy event for everyone else (including you) and you are being an ungrateful bitch.
Now… to keep the joyful memory of my wedding intact, I am done talking about this. If you persist in this line of discussion that you have started, I am also done with you.