There's one other guy playing guitar (it's a small band).
Anyway, this friend has anxiety and I understand why she might be making comments on my weight all the time (she keeps saying how skinny I am) and insults my bra size because she's trying to find flaws in me to make herself feel better. That might make me sound harsh but that's pretty much what's going on.
The insults and comments on my appearance don't bother me so much, I've put up with them for years, but recently she's began commenting on my singing and it makes me feel terrible about myself because singing is the one thing I thought I was good at. It literally hurts so bad right now I'm crying.
She's also hinting that she wants to take over as singer although she's too anxious to actually perform in front of an audience as she always refuses too so I don't know what she's trying to do.
It really hurts me because she'll always be like "You're singing too high!" or "You have a really strange voice!" and at this point, I'm afraid to sing in front of her.
The guitarist in our band just sort of sits there quietly and looks shocked when she starts giving her little speech about what I'm doing wrong,
I've done quite a few gigs before, always got good reactions, and I'm planning on going to a music college in London that invited me to its opening evening the other week but she follows me wherever I go so I won't be able to sing at my best with her watching me and making faces every time.
I don't want to hurt her feelings because I unserstand why she's doing it, I just want to know if there are any ways I can ignore her and build back my confidence.