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Bored of my best friend watch

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    So I've been friends with her for 2 yrs now (i am a girl btw). We tell each other everything, text every day and have done so for ages. We used to hang out quite a bit too but recently I've not seen her more than 1-2 times per month. and I'm starting to get quite bored of a text-only friendship

    also, shes speaks to me alot about her problems and I am always there to listen. if I have a problem she will listen to but she isn't particularly sympathetic

    she is also a little bit selfish. if we do go out it basically has to be what she wants to do, which I don't generally mind, but if I do propose something that I would like to do for a change she will usually try and shut down the idea and convince me to do one her things

    what should i do?
    I have ofc considered talking to her about it but she is very sensitive and is terrible at taking anything that could be percieved as criticism.
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    People come and go, relationships are a two way street. Communicate your issues with her and if she doesn’t change then slowly cut her out and make new friends. Sometimes you gotta be selfish in this ***** ass world
 
 
 
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