Sorry about your predicament, but in your post, you say that your friend was jealous of your new home. You said that you overcame her jealousy (for your good fortune?). But then, when the friend tells you they are about to take a major step, you became non-supportive and this obviously upset her. Seems that the positions have changed; you are now jealous of her good fortune--have you asked yourself why that is? Do you really want your friend to experience the good in life that you have? Have you tried to call her? Have mutual friends made any statements about your relationship with this friend? If the friendship is truly over, then you need to move on. But do remember, just because someone was not supportive of your decision, doesn't mean that you should not be supportive of theirs. As long as the other person is comfortable about their decision, then there is no reason to knock a hole in it, is there? Let me give you an example, a person I did not even know stopped me on the street and was so ecstatic about her new shoes, she just bubbled when she asked: "Aren't my new shoes just beautiful; I just love them." Not even knowing this young lady, and at looking at the shoes, there was no way I would wear them. However, I told her: "They look just beautiful on you." She was so happy as she wandered off to, perhaps, her home. Why should I take the happiness she felt away from her? Hope your problem is rectified soon.
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