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pippy83
January 22, 2003
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hello everyone! I am currently at school again and everything seems to be going smoothly. I worked things out with my roomate to some extent, but things with a friend are still unresolved. She is now upset with me because I am creating or realizing a new path in life. She feels as if I am leaving her in the dust and that is not the least bit true. I want to change my outlook and some physical features that have held me back. I am going to have surgery soon to reduce the size of my boobs and I am really excited. I will be able to do things that I thought I couldn't and wear clothes that I thought would look trashy on me bc of the size of my breasts. My point of changing outer appearances is to show everyone that I have changed as a whole for the better. I am taking better care of myself and am really excited for the future.....Another issue with her is the fact that I recently met a nice man who I am really excited about getting to know better...she thinks he is weird only by his relation to a girl she knew in high school! I have no problem with her input, but I really think he is a lot better than she makes him out to be. He doesnt drink, smoke illegal things or has dated all that much...he is a sweet man!Am I out of line with my plans? Does it seem like I am ditching her and starting over? Do you think I am ready for this guy to be in my life?

January 23, 2003
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Pippy I do not know you, but if you are excited about the changes in your life then that is what is important, she should be happy for you that you are happy and try to be supportive. Hope it works out. Good Luck with the surgery.

January 23, 2003
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thank you for your thoughts, i honestly thought i that i was going crazy last night while talking to her....i am happy with thte choices i am making and she is really the only one holding me back. i am realizing that she needs to do the same, but cant get out of her rut-therefore making her upset that i am getting out of my bad patterns in life...you know what i am saying?

January 23, 2003
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maybe she is just afraid that if you move on you will leave her behind and will not have time to be there for her any longer.Although if you are friends, positive changes shouldn't hurt your friendship. Just tell her that change is difficult enough without having people you care about opposing and being not supportive. Explain to her that it would mean alot to you if she would try to be more open minded and try to be there for you as well. Hope this makes sense, I just think about me and my best friend and try to give advise from my experiences with her.

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