(Closed) Seriously….

posted 10 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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306 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

Oh no! I’m so sorry to hear that. I have one question: Was she like this before you asked her to be in your wedding? Reason why I’m asking is b/c I too have a friend like that. We all have financial issues but she really pushes it to the max. Like if the waiter or waitress didn’t come check up on us enough times she slowly take away from their tip. Everything that came out of her mouth was negative.  She’s a really nice person but IDK something happened and she acts differently. When I mentioned I was engaged she was so excited for me. But then she started bad mouthing everything that had to do with weddings. Just think I was going to ask her to be in my wedding. I might include her by asking her to do a reading. She writes poetry sometimes. Maybe you can find something else for your friend to do at your wedding. She can wear whatever she has in her closest that’s wedding appropriate. Is she a close friend? After she decided she still wanted to be in the wedding did she still show resistance? It’s easy for us to say chuck her but we don’t know your relationship. I don’t want you to stress out. $15 bucks for a pair of shoes??? What a deal! Thanks for website I’ll dif. check it out. gLuck Sweeney!

Post # 5
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306 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

Lol… Hopefully she’ll realize that you’re wedding is a big deal to you. What you don’t need right now is a Bridesmaid or Best Man stressing you out.  Or anything for that matter. I not only get to be a bride this year but the month before my wedding I’m going to be a Bridesmaid or Best Man as well. I’l looking at dresses for me, my BMs and another one for my friend’s wedding. When she asked me to be in her wedding I felt honored. This is a big deal and I knew how much it meant to her to get married. Is she single? Maybe feeling bad that she’s not in the same boat as you?

Post # 6
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97 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: October 2008

If it’s going to be that big of a deal, can she just wear her own shoes that are similar?  Maybe she doesn’t want to wear flats or maybe she feels uncomfortable having you pay for them?  I understand that maybe she’s being irrational, but it seems like the path of least resistance is to let her wear her own shoes in this case.

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