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Bride asks if she's wrong to cut off friendship with maid-of-honor after she was too hungover to attend the wedding.

Bride asks if she's wrong to cut off friendship with maid-of-honor after she was too hungover to attend the wedding.

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In theory, weddings are supposed to be joyful parties where you celebrate your love with your partner and family and friends. But in reality, the mechanics of weddings can bring out people's true colors - more specifically, which people prioritize and value your friendship.

Even the most low maintenance weddings require a village of people to keep things running, and a pile of cash to book a venue and feed all the guests. Bridal party members are traditionally expected to pay for their dresses and travel, as well as any party shenanigans that will go down. This is all to say, being part of a wedding is an expensive and time consuming commitment for everyone close, so if you don't truly love your friend getting married, it can feel like too much.

Of course, in a perfect world, we'd all be forthright about the nature of our friendships and how they often drift apart. But relationships aren't that cut and dry, and the ebbs and flows of close friendship are complex.

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