Being Supportive depends on the Situation
By chev marsh
January 15, 2017 6:57pm CST
Hello everyone, I hope you are all doing well. I have a friend who has just gotten a little upset with me because I am not too supportive of a certain thing she's doing. So she met this guy some time ago and based on how he responds and treats her, he really loves her. But she is more of wanting to take what the guy has and not really wanting a relationship with him. She doesn't work but he does and in a wonderful job too and he is always giving her everything she needs. I told her straight up that if she doesn't want to be with the guy she should not take what he has and stop making him feel like she really care. She told me I am just jealous of her but I just want to protect her because since recently I have seen a lot of guys attacking and also killing females who do this to them. Am I wrong for not supporting her?
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16 Jan 17
Your just being a good friend. Not tolerating her is a good thing. You are a real friend. She doesn't realize it right now. She thinks your jealous but she doesn't see the whole picture and the consequences that might happen if the guy finds out he is being used only. What if the guy turned to be a psycho? Hope not!
• Agate, Colorado
16 Jan 17
You are not wrong for not supporting her. Using someone for what they can give you is wrong especially if you are leading them on and don't really want them in the same way. Being a good friend isn't about 100% support no matter what, a true good friend tells you what you need to hear good or bad especially when you're just watching out for their well being