Well that's that.
So, I just ended a friendship with a long-long time best friend over a simple fact. She expected me to choose between her and someone else. I'm not the type of person who's going to do that. I'm the type of person who wants to and is going to help everyone I can. So I did. And she got mad about it. And when I confronted her about it now, because I wasn't able to the last few days because of the doctors and trying to get better, she refuses to listen to me. She dismisses it as me overreacting. I may be overreacting in her eyes, but not in mine. And even when I tried to explain to her the choice she had made me make, she didn't listen. She didn't even care. Not when I told her that she made me choose between my dream and her, not when I told her that I shouldn't be getting upset due to high blood pressure and anxiety attacks, and not even when I told her what she was about to be giving up. All of our years of friendship, all of the years as a group of three. Me, her, and Sam. I had to just say, well that's that. I'm done, and I laid out everything plain and pretty simple for her. I told her what I was saying, I told her the choice she made me make, I told her how I felt about it, and I tried to explain to her many times that it was our friendship on the line. She accused me of overreacting, making a big deal out of nothing, when she deliberantly made a big deal out of me being friends with someone else while I'm friends with her. She feels that I betrayed her? I don't think she got what I was saying. I may have betrayed her, but she betrayed me too. I thought she was one of my bestest friends, who should know me better than anyone, and she wasn't. She expected me to do something I wouldn't do, and she tried to tell me who I could and couldn't be friends with. There are a lot of things I'll put up with, and that might've been one of them, if she wasn't supposedly one of my bestest friends.