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Heres the tale - I was struggling for a few years. I had lots of ups and downs, but for the most part I was living on less that $1,000 a month while my friends all had jobs that paid them a little over $2,000 a month. Well, a month or so ago, all that changed. My Veterans' Benefits claim was finally processed and I received a little over $40,000 in backpay. I now receive $3900 a month in total (not just from the VA), have another backpay check coming in the $50,000 range, and I am no longer worrying all day about paying my rent, or having food in the fridge. I use to see four specific friends on a daily basis. We are all in our late teens/early twenties. Ever since I got that money, I have spent a day or two between the four of them in the last month or so. I don't act different, I don't show off, and I never owed them any money. I still have the same car, wear the same clothes, and act the same way - despite being quite a bit less worried/stressed. I have only spent $3k on medical treatment (for conditions, not fun), and I also bought a new TV, around $600, but that's mainly due to the fact that the old one finally quit turning on. I feel like I haven't changed at all, I don't even think I'm out of the mindset I was in for so long. The few times I've seen them, they acted weird and didn't seem enthused about being around me. They don't want to go out eat at our "spots". One friend in particular is having a baby soon, and he had been saving for months, but after the last time we hung out, he got himself a new car, new clothes, and a bunch of electronics. According to his girlfriend, they now have nothing saved and are living paycheck to paycheck, with the baby due in 3 months. The car payment hasn't been paid since they got the car. Another friend just refuses to call/text back. He's got a decent job, but his brother was also in a similar situation with the VA, and once he got his money, the family struggled to stay close. His brother eventually cut ties, and although they talk occasionally now (years later), things are still strained. His whole family was asking for handouts (not loans), and after a while he got sick of it. My question is, why are they being like this? What can I do to help? I honestly wish I never got that money because now I have no one to talk to and nothing to do. Please don't be rude about the new-york compensation, I do not want to elaborate on why they are paying me, but I am not a malingerer. Thanks!
Time to make new friends.
Maybe they're just too stressed out about their own lives that they don't have time to hang out as of right now? I can't really say for sure. It can't be your fault since like what you said, you haven't acted differently or shown off to them at all. Maybe just give it some time and then try to talk to them about it. Hope everything works out for you.