I have a friend who is a heavy drinker, we drank together for many years. We met for lunch today. She bought herself a glass of wine and seemed very surprised when I told her I am abstaining. While I sipped on water she kept insisting on buying me a glass of wine. I repeatedly told her I DO NOT WANT A GLASS OF WINE. Her constant harping about wanting to buy me a drink was getting on my nerves. In the end I made up an excuse so I could get away from her. Why was it so important to her that I have a drink? I do not feel that she is being supportive of my decision to live sober. I am now questioning whether I should end the friendship.
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