GF of 3 years left

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Date Joined Jul 2007
Total Posts : 6
   Posted 7/13/2007 2:05 PM (GMT -7)   
She was support beyond support and giving in every way
she did my chest PT
she help me get motivated to get up and do things
she was by my side at the hospital, sleeping over there etc
she was giving me massages to help with the aches of coughing
and many other things
Then one day she she recently said she justs wants to be friends and still wants to be there for me the same as before
she got upset and didn't want me to think she was a bad person for wanting to leave
she was upset cause we couldn't do intimate things cause of how i felt
now i sit here ignoring her calls and instant messages because i cant stand to be friends she was my angel and i loved her so much
i know god has a plan but i am at a loss as whether i should see her or not

the only other thing was that a few months ago she admitted liking a friend of hers and i thought we worked it out
apparently not
i treated her as best i could with being on prednisone and having mood swings
and she was always happy it seemed
what should i do now, just ignore her or try to be friends. i mean her cell is one of the contacts for when i have my lung transplant for which im waiting

after 3 and a half years plus its just not right without her but it wouldn't feel the same with her either
Please help me


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Date Joined Aug 2006
Total Posts : 74
   Posted 7/13/2007 11:50 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey nike,
Don't give up on her! Maybe she just wants to spread her wings a bit, explore all the possibilities. Like you said, God does have a plan, and maybe that includes a bit of separation time. Even if that's not the case though, it's still amazing that she wants to continue to be there to support you through everything. Trust me, I know from experience that that sort of friend, especially for someone with CF, is hard to come by. A friendship like this is a sad thing to waste, or to take for granted. I think ignoring her would be kind of childish (no offense) after everything she's been through with you. Cherish her friendship, and maybe in time it will once again blossom. I know it might be difficult at first, but it won't take long to get into the swing of things.
Talk to her!
Ta ta for now!
"In solitude the mind gains strength and learns to depend on itself"


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