Amy yelled back at her, and Amy’s mom became furious when she found out about what had happened. Amy’s mom also accused her of being mean, though her dad was on her side.
When she and her dad were alone, though, he mentioned that Amy is struggling because she feels that she’s not as good as her.
Her dad wanted to know if she could downplay all of her achievements and things she excels at to make Amy feel better, and he also requested that she not go out as much or try to ask Amy to come to things with her.
“I told him I’m just living my life, and I’m not going to do anything different just because she’s jealous,” she said.
“I don’t want to hang out with her because she’s mean, and my friends don’t deserve that. The best I’m going to do is ignore her from now on since she gets to throw shots but sucks too much to take one back now and then. It’s causing a lot of stress, and my stepmother says I’m a stuck-up brat. My dad has been trying to keep me home more, but I told him keeping me out of my clubs is going to look awesome for college scholarships, so he’s frustrated.”
She did talk to her own mom about all of this, and her mom thinks she should not pay her dad, Amy, or Any’s mom any attention while continuing to live her life. She’s left wondering if it’s wrong of her not to want to hold herself back in order to make Amy feel better about her life.
What do you think?
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