Zee, if that's the kind of approach your "friend" is going to take towards you losing weight, then it should be no great loss to leave her behind. Look at it like this, it'a just a little less weight you have to carry around now. I mean, that's all that people like that are, is extra weight. Without her, you'll be stronger, happier and better off, in my oppinion.
I can't really say that i've had a simmilar experience with friends cracking the sads at me because of how I'm choosing to lose weight (I'm on Celebrity Slim), but slight jeallousy from my younger sister I do have.
She's always been the "skinny one". She's gorgeous. 5'10", slim, Darkest brown eyes and she can pull off absolutely ANY style. However, when she moved out of home with her BF, I'll admit, she put on a little weight. She's always been low-mid 70s. She went up to mid-high 80s while she was away from home, it didn't look horrible, and really, it wasn't noticable at all, which everyone told her.
I've always been much MUCH bigger than her and when I started to lose weight, she was really proud of me, as was the rest of my family. But once I started getting closer to her weight, I could see it was upsetting her. I stopped telling her how much I weighed, just so I didn't have to see the misserable look on her face. I still don't fit into most of her clothes...(like her jeans, cause her bums better than mine) and she's started her kick boxing back up and she's going back to the gym, but every now and then (mostly when I steal her clothes) I can still see the look in her eye...
It's nothing like being accused of being on drugs, but I thought I'd share my experience...
. . . when the rich wage war . . . it's the poor who die . . .