I sent an email to may best friend about church. We usually go together, our husbands aren't interested. We haven't been going lately because she has just been to busy. I have been a couple times by myself, but I like it better when I have her there with me. Now I have this fear of going places by myself, but this just isn't the case with church. I'm used to going by myself. She wrote back saying she didn't want me dependant on her and that she was going to start going to a church closer to here home so she could talk to people in her community. That's cool. I was just hurt by the blunt thing she said about me depending on her. She is having difficulty with her 21 yr old daughter who has recently been diagnosed with bipolar. Do you think that might have something to do with this comment she made to me. Or, am I just over reacting? I lost a good friend because of my bipolar and I'm afraid I'm pushing this one to the edge. I'd appreciate any advice. Thanks.
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