Ok... I have a friend... we have been pretty good buds for two years. We have first hour together at school, and we are like the best of friends in that time... But for the rest of the day when she is with other friends, she acts like I'm not even there. This really hurts me b/c I am a good friend to her. Do you think she is really my friend?
"I cry out to God seeking only his decison, Gabriel stands and confirms I've created my own prison."-Scott Stapp (Creed), from the song "My Own Prison"
"What if your words could be judged like a crime?"-Scott Stapp (Creed), from the song "What If"
I have people like that in my school. I really dont like people like that, it hurts other peoples feelings.
I would say talk to her and tell her how you feel about her ignoring her. Tell her that we are together 1st period and then the rest of the day you ingore me and that hurts. Thats all you can really do for the situation now. But if she continues to do this after you talked to her I would just get a new friend. Everyone deserves RESPECT. Good Luck!
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My friend used to do that to me when we were freshmen. And the other "friends" that she would ignore me when she was with, were hardly friends at all. She had admitted many times that she didn't really trust them. Anyway, one day we were online and I typed "Why do you always ignore me when you're with _____ ??" She was like "I do??" and then, sure 'nuff, I noticed a miraculous change in her! I honestly believe she didn't even realize she was doing that to me-- so it might be a good idea to just let her know!
I agree. I have a friend who ignores me whenever she's around guys. It's like I'm not even there. I can barely get her to look me in the eye. It's definately not worth the effort. I just don't go out with her when I know there are guys involved. I think I'll take Glitter's advice and talk to her about it. Anyway, I'm glad that you're out of that relationship If it made you feel bad, then it definately wasn't worth the effort.
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