I was in a relationship with a person who has BP. It has been a roller coster ride, but I stayed there for support as well as love. This person has since said they only wanted to be friends, but has stopped communicating with me. We were talking daily for close to a year - we shared things that we weren't comfortable sharing with others and now I feel as if I were let go cold turkey and am having a very hard time. This person and I have been friends for 17 years, we were getting very close this past year and now nothing. The last time I spoke to them I felt as if she was bothered and cut the call short. I want them to know I still want to be a supportive friend, but I am afraid to call and let them know - I do not want to upset them. Help
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