I am having some trouble with my friends not understanding what happened. They think I should be over it a month after the fact and I should just be there for them. One of my friends text me four days after it happened and told me she was taking a break from all the crap I was throwing on her. How could someone who's supposed to be my best friend say that after I was raped? She disappeared for two weeks and then started texting me like nothing had ever happened. And now because I'm not texting her all the time she is accusing me of playing games and not understanding that friends need each other. I know that friends need each other, because I needed her and she ran. But the worst part is the rest of our little group thinks she's right. Do I have a right to be angry? She stopped answering the phone during the week I had to go to the er, the gyno, to buy a pregnancy test, and the week my grandmother went to the hospital...The hardest two weeks of my life she wouldn't speak to me...Do I have a right to be angry? And if I do, then how do I explain that to her?
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