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How to help my friend deal with divorce

My BFF's parents are getting a divorce. I never thought it could have happened because her family seemed so amazingly perfect—her parents and two-year-old sib...
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My friend's brother committed suicide several years ago. She told me she really misses him. But ever since, her mom will abuse her and tell her really mean things. She will only do this to her and not to her brother. I told her that her mom needs medical help but she won't tell anyone. She has already ran away from home once and threatened her mom by saying she's going to call social services (which she wouldn't have done.) She told me her mom always screams how no one cares that her brother is dead. This really hurts her and she cries really hard over it. I really want her to tell someone about it but she won't do anything. She doesn't want me to help either. I really hate hearing what she has to go through. I feel helpless. How can I help without her getting mad at me?

by 2cool2bark on 4/27/2011 3:57:28 PM


That sounds just like whats happening right now!I'm going through that right now,but the divorce is with my parents.I have..had 2 parents who seemed like that could never ever happen THEY WERE AMAZING!And I have a bro whose almost 2,like in 2 weeks..3/28!You're not the only person..your friend isn't the only person whose going through the same thing and I know your not the the only BFF going through this!My bff is doing GREAT I know your doing good!I mean you going on the internet for help!AWESOME JOB!Hope you and me can like pen pal or something!<3 Evelin!!!!

by Evelin on 3/21/2011 4:35:53 PM


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so there is this girl that is in my classes. my friends and i were all pretty sure she didn't like us. Some how she found out who i liked without me actually telling her, then she told somebody! and it was suppose to be a secret and she knew that. i felt disrespected and she didn't even apologize. the next day 1 of my bffs were at their locker, and that girl looked sad so she asked her what was wrong. and the girl told her that she didn't like us. but then at lunch she sat with us, ignoring us completely but eavesdropping on our conversation. she also talks behind peoples backs A LOT. she did that to her "best friend" recently. What should i do?

Hey girlie, you should confront her and ask her why she is acting that way 
Paige T.

by ladybugluv on 3/5/2011 11:57:52 AM


MODMODMOD So I have ocd (obsessive compulsive disorder) and anxiety. i've been wanting to tell my best friend that i have to see a therapist and that i have problems at school. Its been tough for me these past couple of years and i thought telling her would be a good idea. If you have any suggestions about how to tell her that would be awesome. ps- I know im making it sound like a big deal, and it is to me. THANKS-;)



Hey girly! First of all, there's absolutely nothing wrong with seeing a therapist. It's wonderful that you're taking charge and trying to take care of your problems Smile

I would tell your pal when no one else is around. And, let her know that it's a big deal for you that you're telling her. Make sure she knows that it's between the two of you. She's your friend, so she should be supportive of you.


Becca G.

by tvgirl247 on 2/27/2011 7:11:06 PM


hey, ive been through 2 divorces before, my dad and natural mum, and my dad and step mum, now hes getting divorced again! i wont lie, it hurts, A LOT, but you gotta talk cos otherwise you bottle it all up and do VERY stupid things! trust your friend to come to you and make sure she knows she can!!!!!

by diddi on 2/8/2011 3:42:35 PM


My BFF's parents got divorced recently and sometime's (I.D.K. why, but it always seems to happen in art class) She get's kinda mad. Not usually. Her dad wants her to live with her, but she HATES her dad. I think I'm doing a good job consoling her.

by lovelovelove<3 on 2/4/2011 9:30:27 PM




by kmn21 on 1/15/2011 3:20:09 PM


What's new? Speaking of new, I'm new here. Somebody, anybody talk to meh! :}P
Gloomy Bear will take over the world!

by SceneQueen98 on 1/11/2011 6:04:10 PM


My BFF likes this guy that really seems to like her back. When I pointed this out to her, she was very happy, and I was happy for her. The thing is, I really dont like him. I never mentioned this to her. I want my friend to be happy and I think he would make her happy and I dont want my personal feelings to get in the way of that. What do you think?

Hey girl, I think you should give this guy a chance. He may be a great BF to your friend, but you'll never know if you don't let them happen.

Alyssa B.

by skatetime on 1/4/2011 9:41:47 PM


One of my best friends ended it with her bf recently, he was older and tried to take things to fast, so when she told me I made her promise me no more older guys. But apparently she feels an attraction to them because she's now falling for (we're talking falling BIG TIME)her dads friends son-confusing-and he's older too.She says he's sweet but she said that about the other. We can't figure if he's interested or not but she's OBSESSED with him. She keeps asking me for advice so she can stop liking him. I've given some suggestions like thinking about the bad things about him, but it doesn't seem to work! What can I tell her?


Hey girl. That's tough. Try telling her to think about the qualities she wants in a guy. Make a list even! Then notice that he does not have those qualities and therefore is silly to like him. Also, older guy tend to date girls because they want something from them. Tell her that she will end up getting hurt and she is too good for that. 

Elizabeth P.

by blondebananas on 1/3/2011 2:09:13 PM

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