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    I have a friend who gradually over time talks to me more and more. But most of the time it's to solve her relationship problems like giving advice about her ex boyfriend. It's so annoying! It's not even that, it's personal problems too like feeling ill, fat, whatever...

    I don't want to be treated like this. I honestly don't mind giving advice to people but when it's nearly every day, I can't get a break... I see her every day in uni too so I can't just blank her randomly.

    I'm totally fine with being "just friends" with her, but I think she's just sees me as the 'guy who will always help no matter the situation' and I don't want to be treated like that.

    What can I say or do, please... I need to do something.
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    It sounds like you're in a difficult situation, try to be honest with her and tell her how you're feeling. She might not realise that she's been treating you like this, and so you need to tell her that it's making you unhappy.
 
 
 
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