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Discussion in 'General Topics & Support Issues' started by Fuz, Aug 22, 2005.

  1. Fuz

    Fuz New Member

    ok so a couple years ago my family moved from the city to the country and my first day at my new school i made a frend, we became best frends and i went to her house a couple times and she came to my house a couple times and then she joined 4-H they got guinea pigs. and poultry i was fine with that but at fair she didnt get first place in every thing so she cried at every show when we came to my house to wait for her mom to pick her up she would leave me in my room alone as she watched tv and after a fe hours she would come in and ask me why i wasnt watching tv with her. at my birth day party after every one left except her and another girl she tried "hypnotysing" the other girl i told them i was bored and she just said let me try one more time i went into my closet and started crying and she went ut into our kitchen and started pigging out on our food and the other girl comforted me. last year we got some goats and they just got goats. they are copying me and my family i am completely annoyed in a couple of weeks i am getting parakeets and in a state of being dead tired i told her that now i fear she will also get some become bored of them and either kill them or dump them on me. her guinea pigs that she got all died within a year. how can i get her to stop all this? please help me. [-o<
     
  2. grnlemonade

    grnlemonade New Member

    im not criticizing you or anything, but how old are you? that could help us to figure out some good advice for you.
     
  3. Fuz

    Fuz New Member

    im 14
     
  4. pekepoo4u

    pekepoo4u New Member

    Perhaps you should go to your minister...4H leader or an adult that you respect and ask these questions. As we do not really know you or your friend, real advice as opposed to virtual advice may be more appropriate.
     

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