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Woman asks if she's wrong for snapping at BFF for being passive-aggressive about money.

Woman asks if she's wrong for snapping at BFF for being passive-aggressive about money.

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Money is one of the most divisive topics out there. Even the warmest of friendships can be tarnished by a loan gone wrong or different perspectives on how class shapes our quality of life.

When it comes to money struggles and privileges, it can be difficult to find the line between complete honesty and mutual respect. If you're the more privileged in a friendship, money talk might feel like a personal attack on your character.

But if you've had to struggle more, it might feel unfair to have to tone down your very real experiences. Regardless of where the coin falls, if you want to keep a friendship healthy it's best to use direct communication, instead of passive aggression.

In a recent post on the Am I The A**hole subreddit, a woman asked if she was wrong for publicly calling out her friend for being passive aggressive about money.

She wrote:

AITA for telling my best friend it's not my fault my parents were able to support me and hers weren't?

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