neither of you are crazy- your comment in hindsight wasnt the best idea, but you had NO intention of upsetting this woman, whose reaction seems quite severe. dont apologise any more- you have taken the high road and done the best you can. is this typical behaviour from this woman? have you ever known her to be easily upset or angered? i say leave her alone for awhile. let her calm down- she sounds a tad dramatic- you dont deserve to be hung up on, thats just petty.
waste no more time worrying- dont let this hold you back
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Age:28. First diagnosed at 14. Proud Aussie.