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Posted by Julie on September 29, 2000 at 19:33:35:

In Reply to: For: anonymous posted by L. on September 27, 2000 at 15:50:40:

Just a word.....I don't know if this is the same type of case or not.....but I had a good friend who talked to his parents about me, when I was at my worst. And to this day, it embarrasses me to be around them. It might help more to talk to a trained professional....but it's entirely based on your situation!

: Are you sure her parents know? And if that is a dead end then try talking to a counselor at school. I am glad that you are concerned about your friend as you should be. Most likely discussing the problem with her won't help as she will probably deny she has a problem. Maybe you can also tell your parents and ask them for advice on how to help your friend. And no matter what please stick by her as she needs you right now. Post again and let me know what happens!


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