I am becoming more and more concerned about my friend's obsession. Let's just call her Kasey. Kasey is 16. I have known her for about 2 years, and when we first met we were always talking about horses. She is part of my close group of friends, who are all homeschooled. It seem as though she is really starting to drift away from us. She takes riding lessons at least once a week. I am really not that impressed with the trainer, but she thinks they [father and daughter] are the best in the world, and won't take ANY riding advice I give to her because she has absolute faith in her trainers. She is very obsessed with the daughter, who I think is about 23. All she ever talks about is her, Corey. She asks me if I notice how Corey walks, and how her voice sounds. She wants to walk and talk just like that. She also wants to spit like Corey [yeah you read that right]. Kasey is slightly overweight, and Corey is slim. Kasey now wants to lose weight to look like Corey, not for her own well being. She also has told me several times that when you see Corey from a distance, you KNOW it is her, and you just don't know that with everyone. She wants to wear her hair like Corey [which is just a bun]. She also has started to wear hats liek Corey, and asks me if her hat is shaped liek the ones Corey wears. I have met Corey, and she really wasn't all that friendly, and certainly wasn't out of this world amazing. She doesn't wear a helmet when riding, and I really hate the way she treats her horses when she rides, CONSTANTLY checking their mouths [bumping bakc on the reins]. But that is bsides the point. Corey was a user of some type of intravenous drug [heroine, etc.] and injected her self with a dirty needle which gave her an infection that left her in the hospital for months, with many repeated visits afterwards, and nearly killed her. That is not a role model! I jsut wish Kasey would stop admiring her so much. Kasey doesn't have a lot of friends. She is extremely sheltered, to the point that at age 15 her parents wouldn't let her come with me and a few friends [all of which her parents know] and my mom [who she knows] to see National Treasure [which is either pg or a very mild pg-13] for my birthday because her parents hadn't watched the movie. She is extremely socially akward, and she really can't hold a conversation about anything other that Corey. Although her obsession isn't really my business, what should I do to help her?