We're very close, and i know i could trust her with any information. It's gotten to the point where we are so close, from over this past entire summer, that i feel like im holding back so much by not telling her. Do you think this is a good idea?
I'm sorry I could not be of more help, but I recently went through something similiar to this after being diagnosed with Bipolar a month ago. My best friend, who had always seemed very trustworthy seemed to think that my "illness" required "recovery" and that she would interfere with this so-called recovery. Needless to say, we haven't been talking much since. She is your best friend, however, and if you feel like there is an elephant in the room by you not telling her, I would advise you to go ahead and do it.
That's your call. The majority of people will think you are just "crazy" and will act wierd around you or stop coming around you But for me, I don't like that many people so I don't give a F@##$%k what they think Real friends will treat u the same. Those that don't aren't worth it anyway. Thats just my two cents