So I’m in this club in college and I love it. I really want to meet new people so I joined. We have an event coming up and my brothers girlfriend found out about it. She now wants to join the club and is obsessing over it.
I know this sounds selfish and I’m sorry if it does but I feel like this is my thing. I feel like I rarely grit anything that’s just mine, and I really just want to be around other people. How can I convince her to not come to the meetings? (I will try to get her to come to the event though) what should I say without sounding mean?
In all honesty, no matter what you say, or how you say it, she will probably take it the wrong way. But I completely understand. That is something that should be just yours. it is your thing, and you deserve it. It may be best to just tell her so bluntly, as beating around the bush so to speak may not work. Even if it comes off as mean, she needs to understand.
I know where you are coming from. We all want someone that is "our own thing" every once in a while. I would just be as honest as possible. Let her now how you are feeling.
But if this group is something that she really is into then you may just have to deal with her being there. She may just be there to make you feel better. maybe she was thinking you would like her to be there and supportive so you wouldn't have to be alone... Honestly is always the best policy
You def need to explain and like SamiSerenity said, see if you can find a club she might like instead. Ive been there with my sister. She joined a club I was in and it def made me feel miserable because it was no longer "my thing". Once again I felt like I had to share with someone. You should tell her that and try to be as honest as possible but not be mean like "you can't join!". Suggest a few other clubs
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