Our next book project — My Other Ex: Women’s Stories of Friendship Burnouts, Betrayals, and Breakups — will be published later this year.
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I had a wonderful bff for 40 years. I live in Michigan and she lives in North Dakota. She & I grew up together in North Dakota. We went to school together, we shared everything, stories of our babies, we married men & moved away from NoDak and moved back and cried on each other’s shoulders of the failed relationships we had with men. I loved her like she was my older & wiser sister. Everyone thought we were sisters. We had so much in common. But then my husband’s sister got breast cancer and me & my husband & his family rallied behind my sis-in-law & we’d travel (from Michigan to Minnesota) to go see my sister-in-law and prayed hard for her recovery but…she died. We were left in deep shock and mourning. Then my bff got breast cancer and I didn’t know what to do or what to say. I found myself paralyzed as I was ‘fresh off the boat’ by my experience with my sister-in-law’s breast cancer. All I could tell my bff was ‘tell me what you need me to do’, but that wasn’t enough for her. I failed her somehow, because she never talked to me after that. I’ve left messages and emailed her “Happy Birthdays” and it’s to the point now that I don’t want to be a ‘Stalker’ so I don’t bother her anymore. She won’t call me back, she won’t reach out to me in any way….she just wrote me out of her life. She won’t tell me what exactly I’ve done wrong. She “Called It” and I’m ‘not worthy’ of the friendship any longer.