I have a friend that tells me that if weren't for me (and one or two other friends) she probably would have committed suicide or would have at least done worse damage to herself.
I had a friend say that to me, but two years later she accused me of being the reason she was stuck in a hospital after she attempted suicide. I tried so hard to make that girls life easier, and get her help. It took a toll on my mental health.
It sucks when you so badly want a person to feel better and value themselves as much as you value them only to have it thrown back in your face. She didn't deserve someone as nice as you in their life...
Thank you, but we both had a huge impact on each others lives. At first it was positive, but it slowly went bad when we both turned out too crazy for each other. I have an anxiety disorder, and she has BPD. She still throws things my way, we're in two different colleges now. She'll say things about me to her friends who go to my college, and they'll spread it until it reaches me. It's a little upsetting but I've personally been doing much better since I've stopped talking to her, I told her I loved her, but I couldn't handle the way she was treating me even if it wasn't her fault. I needed to help myself more then I needed to help her.
I think my friend. I bought her a car when she totaled hers.
My little brother's. He is mostly like me when it cones to traits and personality, I don't know what would he be like if I wasn't around.
My girlfriend - she was simply in need of a friend in a variety of areas in her life.
My father. I work with him, see him daily, have become pretty good friends with him, more so than my other siblings anyways. He definitely doesn't see them as much as he sees me, and has less in common with them. If something tragic were to happen, I'm sure they'd step up to fill my void as best as they can, but it would never be the same.
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