Saturday, July 18, 2009

Not sure

What is the medicine that can be applied on a friend who is a bit confused....? Ok it is a she. She is a girl and a friend. So because i knew what you'd think if straight away i said girlfriend, i have avoided letting you in on that.

There are many reasons she's confused. Her boyfriend of two years wont attend her graduation...so now you know she is in college....the damsels' distraught. She has been faithful to this her guy and she feels let down.

So today she calls me up. A side kick is coming up in her life. She's missed sex and binge...she wants these two so bad...so she's a friend, am not sure whether to feel jealous, warn her against it, nudge her on etc, but she really sounds like she's not going to be in for a break until her pal takes her out..so i encourage her to go out with him but take care....expecting her to read in between the lines...then i see on fb her status is like...'i must have IT this weekend'....then a few hours later the status is changed to 'f***'...and a few guys dash to her wall and they are asking....me?, me?, me?...

So as i type this for reading by you, i am asking, do you think am jealous or protective by trying to tell her to go but be careful...is someone able to really drink and still be sane? I know her parents would die if the truth came out. So yes...blogthren...share your thoughts...

5 comments:

graceful glider said...

you are being the grwon up she always wished her parents were... the kind that tells you drink and don get drunk, or go out and keep safe, the kind that allows you to screw up coz they still care anyway....
you are being protective.

Haj said...

Your friend wants attention and she needs love... it's not about sex or booze. Your friend is hurting, she's been rejected by someone she loves and she wants the pain to stop. She's riding a wave of self-destruction and it won't be pretty.

If you know the pain of waking up the next day hating yourself for what you did last night, then you know what you're trying to rescue her from.

If you know that pain, you'll fight harder to rescue her... or call in reinforcements. Time for an emergency girls' weekend in: chocolate cake, ice cream and some sob story movie. Pour out your hearts to one another, keep her out of harm's way, hide her phone... help her ride this wave sanely.

Your verse of the day has an answer to guide you... Matt 9:13 ... be His ambassador in her life.
But don't forget to pray first.

joyunspeakable said...

gg, thanks my dear...Haj, very thoughtful...I am trying.

gladys said...

True friend keep you from harms way,if you know it aint right,then you should try harder to keep her safe...think of what could happen if she went through with it...

joyunspeakable said...

gladys, noted. thanks