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Old 08-22-2023, 01:19 AM   #6 (permalink)
Apia resurrected
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Originally Posted by shoebootie View Post
It's so hard... we want to help others, since it's in our nature as good people. But also we're jaded and grounded enough to realize you can't solve other's problems. I wish your friend luck in her recovery and getting the mental help she actually needs. Sounds like bipolar based on the highs and lows, but I'm not one to just go around diagnosing people... at least she is in a clinic and hopefully her medical professionals are helping her.

For you, as her friend, I know how heartbreaking and frustrating it is to be helpless on the sidelines, especially when you see her cycle gearing up again for another crash and burn.
Thank you.
I hoped that with her recent parter, who is nice and a good guy in my opinion and the house she bought, she would have some stability and act out less.
Because she would have to with her new responsibilities of a mortgage and shared ownership. The house wasnít very expensive because of the remote location and the state it was in, but she of course immediately took out a bigger loan to make all the renovations perfect. Because she had a steady job as a lawyer at that time for 2,5 years, she got the loan.
Oh, how naive of me.
Now I am worrying how she wants to pay the mortgage. Her partner is a physical therapist who doesnít make lots of money.
Itís clearly not my problem but I must say it to myself a lot.
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