I have this friend. She\'s the kind of person who always has to be center of attention and when something happens in her life, she makes it out to be a bigger thing than it is and makes sure everyone knows it. Her grandma has been sick for a couple years and she only has a couple days left. They\'ve known this has been coming for months. It\'s come down to the point where they have to start making arrangements. So she was telling me about this today and making sound as if it\'s the worst thing to happen in the history of the world and don\'t get me wrong, I\'m not trying to belittle this in anyway, of course it\'s a very sad thing to be happening. The only thing is, when my mom passed away 3yrs ago, she was too busy with her boyfriend at the time to have time for me, not that I even asked for anything from her, but she would come to me days after it happened, complaining about her petty issues with her boyfriend. Now this is happening to her and I feel sad for her grandma but it makes me feel a little mad at her for the way she is acting. It\'s almost like she\'s using it as another dramatic \"poor me\" scenario. I mean, I know she has the right to be sad, it\'s just, I don\'t know. I know I probably shouldn\'t be feeling this way, but I can\'t help it. Am I a horrible person?
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