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My friend hates me for my easy life. She has a hard one, and while we get along well I get the feeling she holds it against me.
I'm a guy in my early twenties and:
>"fulltime" education+study time is less than 10 hours a week, and even then I don't need it.
>expenses are near-zero and don't even cover a third of the welfare/loan I get monthly
>don't work because nobody wants my (lack of) job experience, and I'm only casually jobhunting because of that+no financial need to
>live with doting parents as a happy family. I'd do anything for them and actually do spend most of my free time helping around. They do the same for me, covering most of my administration and expenses, and even giving me an allowance on top of what I already have. Telling them they're being too kind and I should be responsible and independent myself someday doesn't work; they insist on it until I sort my studies out
>perfect sight, perfect metabolism, perfect physique (lots of time to train). The only mental things troubling me are somewhat subpar social skills and a distinct lack of humbleness
Meanwhile, she's the same age and:
>spends 40 hours at her education and another ton of hours studying, frequently forced to pull allnighters on regular days because she doesn't make it otherwise
>has a lot of expenses just to survive, most of which is held back from her for some reason
>can't work because she doesn't have the time or permission
>lives in a special home with restrictions and curfews, with housemates who hate her and caretakers who play her
>is completely booked all the times, has all kinds of appointments one half of the day and studies the other half
>has all kinds of disabilities, mental and physical. She's cute, but slow and socially not too strong either
She doesn't know all of these, but enough to put me down for them continuously. I like her, but I have no idea what to do about this. It's not like I can help it, right? What should I do to make her less bitter or me less spoiled?