DEAR DEIDRE: I’M furious with my best friend and neighbour for not telling me her eldest daughter had Covid.
I’m 48, my friend is 53 and her daughter is 31.
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Her daughter and mine are also friends, so the four of us move between our two homes on a daily basis, sharing glasses of wine, cups of tea and so on.
Last week I discovered her daughter had Covid but was not self-isolating.
She didn’t tell me at the time and her daughter has been in our home.
She was asymptomatic and it was only after her mum let slip that I discovered the truth.
My mother, who is 76, lives with me and is very vulnerable.
But my best friend can’t understand why I am so upset.
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DEIDRE SAYS: It is very understandable that you are angry that this woman didn’t self-isolate.
This was a selfish move which could have put you and your family at risk.
But rather than lose a good friendship, calmly explain to your friend your reasons, then say you would like to move on.
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