A friend, that I met thru support group at hosp., is going thru yet ANOTHER break-up! I want to be a supportive friend but can't deal with her break-up shit. The relationship barely made it 5 months, she let him move in with her barely a month into the relationship!! She has questioned the situation from the beg but won't break-up with ppl...she rather wait till they do it! And no matter how bad it would get she wouldn't toss him out because then she'd be alone. So now we're on the break-up mode, she'll let this completely take over her life... get fired from work, want to kill herself... and you have to take it seriously because she's done it before and has a very good plan that she won't disclose, and no matter what you say she has a nasty come back. Here we go again!! So, my problem is, I really love her and our friendship but her break-ups are just too much. When she talks about killing herself it triggers me...yes I've told her that. If I turn my back on her in need I feel I'm not being a good friend.... But I'm exhausted with the same shit, different day!!!
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