As soon as something bad happens you have such a personality that you immediately leave all bonds which we have in our friendship.
Strictly speaking, the sentence may be slightly problematic.
To be perfectly logical I think it should be “You have such a personality that as soon as something bad happens you immediately leave…”.
But in conversation, I feel it is just fine the way it is, as it will be understood.
The original sentence in a way sounds even better to me than the more logical one.
Maybe it’s because the original one has a better form in that the “that…” sub-clause is shorter than in the other one. Long running sub-clauses tend to hinder quick grasp of the meaning.
That is my little thought, and I’d love to hear other opinions.
i see. it sometimes might sound funny but it is ok if it can be understood by you as a native speaker. i am trying to clear grammatical structures and reviewing some sentences that i have written before. Thank you very much for your care!