People that are hard to deal with
April 11, 2016 1:03am CST
I have this one friend whom everyone find hard to deal with. She's my college classmate and we became very close friend upto now. However, she became too attached to me that she already dumped her friends and forget her family relatives at some point. Her attachment to me made it impossible for me to talk to her the way we used to. We usually argue about how she treats her friends, relatives and work mates. Also I dislike how she converse with other people. She's authoritative and doesn't listen to other comments and suggestions. Most of our common friends keeps on asking me how can I able to manage to deal with her despite of her being so harsh and rude most of the time. My answer most of the time is, because I put my feet on her shoes. Though she's hard to deal with, it will be impossible for her to change if everyone will turn their backs on her. I'm willing to be that person who could stay with her despite of her attitude. Lately, I find it difficult to have a discussion or conversation with her, because it seems like all my words are knife trying to slash her side by side. I felt sorry for that. But I don't regret saying those words just to correct her. I hope not to lose all my patience. Have you experience the same? or do you have that one person whom you think is so hard to deal with? What advise can you give me in order for me not to lose my faith and patience?
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15 Apr 16
Maybe that's the reason why. My friend is unhappy. His mom and dad got separated. And so, what's left with her is younger brother and mom. But she never spoke like a daughter to her mom. They always fight. Because when she was a kid, she used to live with her grandma and grandpa. A spoiled brat. However, I can see her unhappiness. If I'll not ask her to go out, like play sports or eat out, she will not get out of her room. Not only to eat and pea. There are times, when I couldn't understand her anymore. But I'm still trying to.
15 Apr 16
Honestly, lately,I felt that. I feel like I'm stagnant, helping her. And it feels like, "Did I make the right choice?" But, whenever I feel like leaving her, or dumping her, my conscience will say, if not you, who will? So I'm caught in the middle of confusion.
15 Apr 16
She was left alone for long. Her mom and dad were separated and she was left to be taken care of by grandpa and grandma during her gradeschool days. And now that shes with her mom and younger brother, she's hard to deal with by almost everyone.