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Dear Dish-It, My Friend Really Annoys Me


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Dear Dish-It,

I have a problem - I have this friend named Alice and I wanna be her friend but she annoys me sooo much! She lies and talks crap about other people, and when I tell her something really important, she doesn't believe me! What should I do?!
Stephanie


Dear Stephanie,

Your friend Alice says mean things about other people, doesn't believe anything you tell her and annoys the heck out of you - so why do you want to be her friend so badly? There were obviously some good things about her that made you want to be her friend in the first place, though, so why don't you let her know what's been bothering you about her? It might be awkward, but if she is a real friend, you guys will be able to work through your issues. If Alice has more annoying traits than good ones or if she doesn't make an effort to be a better friend, maybe you should be looking for some new friends to hang with. Good Luck!


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