I'm thinking about "dumping" some of my non-Christian friends, but I feel guilty. One friend, Danielle, is just a completely bad influence. I know I'm an adult, and she shouldn't be an "influence" at all, but her interests are different from mine now. For instance, I recently stayed with her when I was visiting her city. I drink socially, but Danielle drinks to excess, blacking out nearly every time. She insisted we "get drunk" and said I need to "lighten up" when I was trying to politely decline. I just don't think you need to get wasted to have fun. She also sleeps around, and is a complete hypocrite about it. She gets mad at the guy she likes for going on a DATE with someone else (he and Danielle aren't even a couple) and meanwhile she is sleeping and dating different guys. I know I'm not perfect either, but I guess these things have really been starting to stand out to me and have started to make me not want to be around her. I'm afraid I'm becoming incredibly irritated with her. Some of it doesn't even have to do with the fact that she's a non-Christian, but some do. some of it is just that I just don't share the same values as she does, and there's a lack of respect happening too. For instance, I noticed when I showed up at her apartment, it was a complete pigsty with dirty dishes piled up in the sink. But a few days later a work friend of hers was stopping by before we all went out that night, and she did a thorough cleaning before that friend was supposed to arrive. I didn't get the same courtesy. There's also the issue of me starting to think these things. Isn't this "wrong" for me to be thinking this way? Aren't I supposed to love her in a Christian way? I don't think I should "dump" her altogether - but maybe limit contact or something.