I have one friend (only). We met through a professional organization that we both belong to and she pegged me as bipolar because I gess takes one to know one. She learned about a group meeting in our area for BP and depression..I liked the group. To make a long story short...they also meet on another day...she had announced her husband was going to go on the other day...my husband finally approached me (the only time ever) and asked me if there was somewhere he could go for his depression because it was getting really bad...I had been begging him for years to go see someone. I made the mistake of asking my "friend" if this would be ok with her husband...and she said no. So, I am beyond pissed...and I don't want to be her friend any more, with friends like that..who needs enemies right?...So am I just being BP and unreasonable? Or do I have the right to be pissed and just be alone with my dogs? There aren't any other meetings in our area. My husband doesn't want me to end the friendship...but realy I don't have much in common with her anyway..and this is really the last straw...I mean why get to know her better? The "no" was a dagger in my heart...a threat to my marriage, my husband's life and mine as I now know it. Anyway..would love to hear your comments.
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