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    I've had a issue with a girl two years ago. She was initially quite a close friend of mine, but then things started to go down hill. I was seeing a guy at the time, one of the girls best friend also liked him. I figured she would have a problem with me , but she kept it sweet to my face. Later i noticed that another girl and the girls best friend had been talking and said something to my friend.
    She's quite rowdy and was really pissed about me apparently talking about her. However , i never talked about her in a rude way. In particular she mentioned that i had said she cant fight. I didnt say that at all, i think the words were twisted around and misinterpreted.
    She wasnt listening to me and made a big deal about it ...she even came to my college ...apparently wanting to talk but i knew that was a trap to fight me. For 2 years i haven't spoken or heard from her at all because i cut off all connection.
    Recently she found me on instagram and was like ooh you might as well wear nothing ... on a picture were i was wearing shorts. then she added me on kik messenger and was like look who i found.. I feel really anxious and afraid, it is such a minor issue that got out of hand and she still has a problem with it... i thought she would have matured and got over it ..she is 20. The tone of her voice is threatening and bullish. I just feel so depressed and its on my mind all the time.
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    Wow. I know it's not that easy for you, but she really needs someone to tell her to grow up! If she's 20, she needs to start acting her age. She sounds like she wants a reputation of being tough, but she's probably all talk. Don't let it play on your mind if I was you, I'd tell her that it's time she moved on from a couple of years ago, you've grown up, so should she etc. Then block her if she's commenting on your picture, she's probably jealous that you've turned out better than her I've met so many girls like this before, who like to put other people down to make themselves feel better. Don't let her do that to you

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    (Original post by Louise262)
    Wow. I know it's not that easy for you, but she really needs someone to tell her to grow up! If she's 20, she needs to start acting her age. She sounds like she wants a reputation of being tough, but she's probably all talk. Don't let it play on your mind if I was you, I'd tell her that it's time she moved on from a couple of years ago, you've grown up, so should she etc. Then block her if she's commenting on your picture, she's probably jealous that you've turned out better than her I've met so many girls like this before, who like to put other people down to make themselves feel better. Don't let her do that to you

    This was posted from The Student Room's Android App on my GT-I9300
    thanks for the advice !! It helped alot
 
 
 
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