I have two friends. Let’s call them G and J. The thing about G and J is- they absolutely despise each other. G is extremely emotional. They overreact to anything and everything, and often make the smallest things into a drama. J has difficulty processing emotions. They are apathetic (or worse, furious) at most things. It is extremely difficult to get them to budge when their mind is set ( as in the work of months to years). Conversely if you’ve somehow worked your way into their good graces, they would do almost anything for you. Over the three years I’ve known him, I had to teach him compassion from the ground up. He couldn’t understand that people who weren’t as smart as him still mattered. The concept of being nice without wanting something was completely alien to him. But honestly, I don’t blame him. Take this. In sixth grade, he attempted suicide on the bus. When his mom came to pick him up. She scolded him and apologized to us for putting up with him. He hates his mother, but still persists in believing all of the toxic things she spews. Helping him feels like building a time machine blindfolded with no instructions.G and J used to be very close, siblings almost. But one day she snapped. She couldn’t deal with J’s behavior. And ever since, I can never hear the end of it.J spews swears at her very mention. G goes on rant after rant. I’ve been told to cut ties with J multiple times. And I know they’re right. I would be so much better off if I did. But I cannot in good conscience leave him alone. I know it’s not my job. I know it’s wreaking havoc on my mental state. I’m a fourteen year old girl, not a therapist.At this point- I’m used to J’s drama. I’m used to G’s Drama. But every time they clash (and they clash a lot) I’m completely emotionally drained. I can’t handle this for long. Thoughts?