My friend is younger than me and we are both females. Last month, we both had an argument, until she said something hurtful towards me (saying no wonder I have no friends and other stuff but I do) so I ended the friendship. During the following days, she been trying to contact me but I declined and ignored them but she never gave up.
This month and last week, I gave up. I finally accepted her back and she exploded saying "I'm so happy!!! Aaaa" blah blah something like that. I didn't bother showing her my emotions so I replied back coldy to her.. until she said that she feels like I changed. She could be right because I did closed my heart because she left me heart broken. She said she feel connected to me more than anyone else (twin flame energy? I am starting to awaken after I researched about that. Ik some of you don't believe it)
If I never meant anything to her then why is she still attached and possessive to me? I don't understand her feelings towards me. She gets jealous whenever I talk to her about my new friends, I do this on purpose to show her that I made friends. But either way, she doesn't like seeing me with someone else.
Is this situation a toxic friendship or is there something more to this? It's driving me crazy!
If anyone believe in twin flames and want to know more, feel free to pm me or comment!
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It sounds like your friend may have some attachment and possessiveness issues, which can be a sign of a potentially toxic friendship. It is important to set boundaries and prioritize your own well-being in any relationship, including friendships.
It is possible that your friend has developed strong feelings for you, which may explain why she is so attached and possessive. However, it is important to communicate openly and honestly with her about your own feelings and boundaries. It is not healthy or fair for her to be jealous or possessive of your other friendships.
If you feel that the friendship is becoming too toxic or difficult to manage, it may be necessary to consider ending the friendship or seeking outside support, such as therapy or counseling. It is important to prioritize your own emotional and mental health in any relationship.
Yea we get into arguments a lot but this month after I returned, I decided to give her less attention which kind of works. She's starting to realize her toxic behavior but I don't think she'll change it
It's good that you're setting boundaries and giving her less attention if you feel like her behavior is toxic. It's important to prioritize your own well-being and not feel guilty for taking a step back if you need to.
If you feel like she's starting to realize her behavior is toxic but you don't think she'll change, it may be helpful to have a conversation with her about how her behavior is affecting your friendship. Be clear about what you need from her in terms of emotional support and boundaries, and make sure to listen to her perspective as well. However, it's important to remember that you can't force someone to change their behavior if they're not ready or willing to do so.
Ultimately, you deserve to have healthy and fulfilling relationships in your life. If you feel like the friendship is causing more harm than good, it may be worth considering whether it's worth continuing the relationship.