Do you find yourself getting depressed and not worth living when you are single and are around your friends and they have boyfriends/girlfriends? I asked this because last night my roommate for the 2nd nite this week, had her boyfriend over and in a way it made me so sad, I had to choke back the lump in my throat. However, what's worse is once I finally told her it sort of brought me down, seeing her with someone she said, "what do you think we can do to solve the problem?" and I told her "I don't know, its not like I can tell you not to bring him over here then I said, "well, I could but I couldn't and I told her the reason I COULD is because she has not even began to pay part of the bills and she shut up real quick.(she has just given me money here and there and done things around the house) Anyways, what would any of you do in this situation being single and being/living with a friend who brings their "significant other" around?
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