i can relate to that. last year i got very ill and couldn't go out much and was in a lot of pain. my friends didn't support or understand me at all. some of them thought i was being pathetic for not going out with them, eventually they stopped asking me if i wanted to go out somewhere altogether, even if it was to something i could do, like going to the cinema.
a big part of the problem seemed to be that i couldn't go out drinking any more, because of the medicine i was on. i realised how immature they are- they can't go anywhere without drinking and they're not really interested in any other activities.
also i've had problems with another friend. i do have one friend to whom i'm very close and live with. he's lovely and we get on great. when i first got to know him i had a boyfriend and was friends with his girlfriend too. since i became single, she's started to really dislike me and cause trouble. she seems to think i'm trying to steal him from her, even though i've explained 50 million times we are just friends. i can't do anything with the both of them now because she always creates a scene, and if i do anything with him alone and she finds out, it gets ugly.
four of us are meant to be at the park playing football and frisbee right now, but when she realised i was going she threw a tantrum and she's now in his room having an argument with him. it's so damn pathetic, i used to like her so much as well.
i'm moving away soon. i don't like the town i live in, and i've been saying to myself for ages that it's worth living here because of my friends. i'm not sure this is true now. the one really good friend i have here is that guy with the awkward girlfriend. the other two really good friends i have live in london now. anyway, i'm moving to london in a couple of months. apart from the guy with the girlfriend, i don't think i'll miss anyone much.
this post was unecessarily long, sorry