I feel I have become very sensitive though my youngest son says no, but is it wrong to walk away from so called friends who upset you and place you in situations that you feel uncomfortable.
Every year for the last 15 we have been going away for weekends with friends that my husband had before we met. Each couple taking turns , on where to book, we always picked hotels, one of the couples like to go and book houses where everyone cooks my idea of a nightmare, this happened last year and we ended up in the house from hell on a hill ,heating didn't work and the pub was at the top of a steep hill, to make matters worse we had our 25th wedding anniversay last year and they turned up with not so much as a card, made a joke about forgetting their gift , after the weekend away I requested that we stopped the weekends away as my health couldn't take it hubby agreed but was unwilling to mention to the couple why, they also don't have any money worries and he has gone on to part time work as he doesn't need the money so he says
I have no problem with hubby going on boys weekends away but i have had enough, the couple are now comimg up to my home town and they want to go out, I have declined, but feel if i had guts i could have nipped this in the bud years ago, but tried to brush their jibes off, now with MS I ssem to be oversensitive, and when I am in their company i get anzious.
Sorry for the rant but have spoken to a councillor about this relationship and she is under the impression that they are blanking that i am struggling to walk and stay alert, which is obvious to my family and friends.
Apologies for the rant, and going anon but feel it would be better if i had guts but why do people just ignore the obviousand is it better just to walk away life to short and all of that