Honey Emmy: Twenty-one years ago I met my best friend. We forgot a relationship after high school, and then we were back again about 1
Then we had a fall and in the middle of the argument she insulted my abilities in terms of my passion. It was like a blow to the heart. It was so devastating that I questioned all the progress I have made over the last few years.
I can not forget it, although she confessed she just said she hurt me. Since then, we've fixed our friendship. She thinks it's all right now, and I do not know how to tell her I really did not get over it.
I feel I can no longer talk about her passion with her, and this is a HUGE part of my life. What next?
DEAR: Your friend has offended you unjustly – just because she wanted to hurt you? Who does this? This is not the way besties behave. Friends say unpleasant things to each other and sometimes hurt each other but offend you just to hurt you?
Naturally and expecting your friend to want to continue as if nothing has happened. To acknowledge this and apologize will require it to take into account the true consequence of its damaging comment, namely to shake the foundation of your trust. and I ask for forgiveness. Her apology and forgiveness will open you again. Honey Emmy: I moved to a new country for the work of my husband a few months ago. my field, but I am unhappy with work (both because of the job itself and the people I work with), and this is bleeding in our home life.
I know you have to explore a new city and find interesting things to do, but I do not care enough enough to deal with traffic and crowds. I try to join groups to meet people, but so far there is no luck. I went to see the provider of behavioral health care in my doctor's office but she just recommended some meditation and that does not help.
My husband is trying to support, but he sees this new city as "objectively better" than the previous one and continues to remind me that other people would be happy to be here and have my work.
How long should I try to stick to my husband before we pull the plug and look for a job elsewhere? He does not want to move again, but he said he would do it if I can not be happy here.
Wrong new in town