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Her Friend Is Furious With Her For Saying It Wasn’t Wrong That She Got Dumped By Her Rich Boyfriend For Being Bad With Money

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This 23-year-old girl has a 24-year-old friend that she has been close to since they met back in college.

Unfortunately, her friend got dumped by her boyfriend six months ago, and ever since then, she has constantly been consoling her friend, who can’t seem to get over it.

“When he broke up with my friend, he gave her a list of reasons, one of those being their different outlook on finances,” she explained.

“According to my friend, her ex grew up more wealthy, landed a high-paying job out of grad, and has a lot saved up.”

“My friend, on the other hand, says she has no money in her bank account and spends all the money she acquires shopping and can barely afford food.”

She has tried her hardest to be respectful about teaching her friend to save her money instead of spending it on frivolous things she does not need at all.

Despite her attempts to intervene, her friend claims she can’t help her bad spending habits. So, clearly, her friend is not interested in improving her bleak financial situation.

Not only is her friend in debt from her college education, but she’s also in credit card debt, and she has no way of digging herself out of this hole.

A week ago, her friend was going on and on about how awful her ex-boyfriend is and that he didn’t have a valid excuse to dump her.

Pixel-Shot – stock.adobe.com – illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

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