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Am I being too sensitive do you think?

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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 19:15
There are couple of issues with what you said. Not necessary bad but something to think about. I wonder why you mentioned price of gifts. They are gifts, correct? So it's the thought behind the gift that counts. So you gave a purse + 50 dollars. You got back 20 dollars worth of goods. If this was a trade, you got the short end. But what about the thought behind the gift? Now, more to what you asked. I think your friend is quite insensitive and frankly being a jerk. A proper thing to do, even among friends is to thank you for the gift first, then perhaps add that the design of it isn't quite to her liking, so would you mind helping her exchange it as the thought behind the gift is very much appreciated. No, she didn't do that. She laughed at the gift. I think you are quite justified being upset. Not because of the price difference but for her behavior.
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Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 20:30
Hi, I see why you are upset. I would be a bit down too if my friend laughed at something I had given them. Perhaps, though, your friend was only joking around with you and did not mean to upset you. Maybe she didn't even mean it to be insulting/offensive. I don't think you should drop her as a friend, but maybe open a conversation about this and let her know that you were a bit upset by her words (not in an accusing manner, of course, just to let her know.) It could be that she really does appreciate what you did for her and, of course, appreciates you as a friend. That is my honest opinion, I hope it helps :)
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Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 19:13
honestly, it seems you care more about her than she does you. I find it very rude to make fun of a gift someone has bought and sent to you if this is a common occurrence I wouldn't bother keeping a friend like her, let alone spending money on her
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