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I think my closest friendship is ending. I've been trying to contact her for a long time with hardly any response - and definitely no effort from her to maintain any relationship.

I sent her an email where I tried to be very careful to simply state her actions and tell her how they made me feel. She came back with what I consider to be a really passive aggressive and inappropriate response (inappropriate in that I don't think my email warranted it).

I would like to ask my counselor to read both the email I sent and the one I received to find out if I'm way off in my thinking. Do you think that's a stupid use of time? Do you think she would even be willing to do it?

I'm in school and fortunately get free counseling, so I'm not paying for the time.

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It might be useful. If you're crazy as hell, she'll immediately notice that your description of events and the actual conversations don't line up. Maybe you sound like a jerk and you don't realize it.
 

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Not a waste of time. Its good to have an objective outsider look at this type of situation so you can gain a realistic idea of it. It would be useful I think.
 

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It might be useful. If you're crazy as hell, she'll immediately notice that your description of events and the actual conversations don't line up. Maybe you sound like a jerk and you don't realize it.
The crazy thing is that my friend agreed that she had done all the things that I said.
 

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A lot of people have some very diverse opinions about hypnosis, and its implications on the mental state of people who undergo its treatments. There's certainly a lot more to it than magic tricks and showmanship.
 
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