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ponymadgirl2

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ponymadgirl2 says:

Please help me :(

I realise this isnt the sort of post that usually comes up here, but some of you may have been in the same situation or just have an idea to help me cope.

Gunna sound like a right kid but here goes:

I got my horse 4 months ago and we moved to a nice yard and I met some great friends. We rode together all the time, filmed each other, sleepovers you name it. They had known each other for ages before, but were very inclusive and spending days at the yard was so much fun!

We went on holiday for ages and when i got back i was so excited to see them all again and ride together! The same day i got back they announced that they had rented a yard and were going there, together. Its quite a small yard so its only them, all the friends together i hadnt even been thought of. in fairness the parents organised it, not gunna dwell on that. I was so upset!

No theyve moved and some are rubbing it in my face on purpose, the rest without knowing and its so tough :( im on my own on the yard and all these photos are coming up of them together.

Had my closest friend out of all of them for a sleepover and was saying how hard it would be to keep in touch...she said we'd see each other lots still and i felt reassured until i realised that everyone who is staying at the old yard (younger people who werent really friendss i thought) had all come to the new yard to see it. ive had no invitation at all.

sounds like im a jealous kid, but im not cos the yard being quieter is nice - gives me more chance to concentrate on getting my boy up to shape, im just so upset and missing it all i guess :/

 

Anyone any advice on how to cope?

just an idea of the fun we had :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eyyQT2JxDl0&feature=g-upl

 

They were all very sorry, now ones angry at me and i dont know why and ones blanking me. want to get over it but just dunno how!

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jenhavocmanny

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Re: Please help me :(

Thats the spirit ! x

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rhapsody

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rhapsody says:

Re: Please help me :(

And if it helps, it happens to us "grownups" too.  I had a close friend who I spent lots of time with, went for lunch, went to the shows together, my husband helped her with her daughter's jumping pony who persistently refused to load before and after shows (he went all round the bloomin' country with her for a year and she qualified for HOYS thank you very much!) and then she met another "friend" with more money and a much bigger lorry than us and now we get blanked too.  Nowt stranger than folk, especially the wimen variety!

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ponymadgirl2

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ponymadgirl2 says:

news

Just so you know i had a massive argument with the bitch of the group. she said some pretty shocking things to me and in the end i just jokily said good bye and havent heard from her since which is a good thing! the only bad side is that she promplty tried to turn the others against me, worked on all but the one im close too and ive spoken to another who gets it now - just really p****d me off that she had the cheek to say some disgusting things about me then go to the others saying how horrid i was to her! :(

 

and even worse - my friend admitted that shes been having to pretend she isnt still friends with me just so they leave her alone (this is the one im close too) because every time they talk about me she defends me or says were meeting up she gets the p*** taken out of her!

literally there are some shocking people out there!

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