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classicalmusicisepic
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There is a girl in my class who thinks she's my friend, but I don't want her to be.
I have a REALLY guilty conscience, and I don't want to just leave and dump her. She just tags around with me, and doesn't get on with many other people, but she doesn't make the EFFORT. I know how she feels, but I just feel kind of annoyed. 
I have other girls who I really like being with, and they enjoy my company too.
But she doesn't get on with them.
I feel really torn, and I just have no idea what I'm doing. She says stuff that's also kind of offensive to me, and is a little bit homophobic.
She can be mean without knowing it, and I just get a little upset. Help.



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Evieex
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I was in this situation before.. well I just told the girl the truth.. I think she was upset and mad for a few weeks but came over it in the end.


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Year4fan9046
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I'm in the same situation right now actually. I know how extremely irritating it can be, especially when you don't want to hurt her feelings. But if you really don't want to hang around with her anymore, don't make it too rushed or obvious. I know it may seem like you're doing something bad, but if she is making mean and homophobic remarks you're reasonable and you have every right to be offended. If you really don't want to be friends with her, just be boring and blunt. Don't do anything too rash, just be kind of distant, maybe she'll lose interest in you.
  If this hasn't helped, I'm really sorry. I mean, its not often you give advice about how to ditch somebody, but please don't take anything I have said into offense.

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Kirsteeeeen
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Slowly portray to her that you're not really that close? People grow apart all of the time, it's an easier way to deal with things. This way it doesn't hurt her feelings and it's rather painless. Try to spend more and more time with others, and maybe help her find new friends?



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