(Closed) BM/friendship issues.. (long..)

posted 6 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
Member
4327 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 1992

Look at where she is in her life: still living with parents, probably not working in a worthwhile enough job to support herself, probably not dating anyone. The list could go on. Who are we to know; we aren’t around her every single day to know what the daily activities are like. But it doesn’t sound very palatable, and she’s probably really down on herself. She may have been talking about herself at the reception to bolster her own self image, and how people perceive her.  If she’s depressed, of course she’s going to withdraw. Don’t call her asking her what her problem is lately, but do offer support.

Post # 4
Member
5958 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2018

You never know what someone is going through, until you sit down with them and ask…if your friend is at a low point in her life, your engagement, wedding and new life could have been a terribly painful reminder of how dissatisfied she is with her own circumstances.  Now that the excitement is over, I would appreciate her efforts, ignore her short comings, and get focused on fun, affirming time with my friend.  That’s what she needs, and it certainly couldn’t hurt.

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