She Admitted That She Didn’t Like Her Best Friend’s Wedding, And She Was The Maid Of Honor

“But I feel like that’s beside the point,” she vented.

“My friend knows about my problems. I knew I was going to struggle, but I did it for her and would do it again because it was a great honor, and that’s just what friends do.”

Nonetheless, since her friend is still mad at her, she’s been left wondering whether admitting that she didn’t like her best friend’s wedding made her a real jerk or not.

Does it make sense why she wanted to be there for her best friend even though the wedding was not her cup of tea? Is she allowed to have different preferences for her own big day? Do you think her perspective maybe just came out wrong when she was speaking to her friend? How can she reconcile this situation?

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