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Thu July 29, 2010 09:53:07 pm
So my "best friend" acts like she is better than me. This just happened recently though, she hasn't always been like this. It all started when she got involved with a guy that lived in another state. He dumped her, then she got with his friend. And she spends all of her time on the internet talking to people that don't even live here. Its making her all airheaded and stuck up. I've never been good at making friends, and she honestly is the only person I have. We've been best friends for four years. I don't know what the hell I'm supposed to do!
Sun June 19, 2011 11:20:48 pm]
I know exactly what your going through right now, my best friend is doing almost the same thing, but like most things it will end soon so cheer up :D
Mon February 4, 2013 12:52:41 am]
Seeing this kinda late......But something similar happen between me and my "best friend" So we grauate from 8th grade and everything was cool then 9th grade rolled around and we went to two completly different school hers was private & mine was u know ya normal high school..she CHANGED SO MUCH but I was still there for her like a best friend should....10th grade rolled around and the tables turned she went to public school and I was in private school getting my education done and she changed again but this time it hurted me the most she starting dating my first boy friend and end up having sex with this boy I had the BIGGEST crush on (so i thought) so word got a round that she LIED about all this and I found out my "best-friend" was spreading rumors about me...we have been friends for 12+ years and here we are in 11th grade no longer friends we dont even speak anymore we walk pass with out acknowledgement...Some times I miss all the good times we had and i think back to when I wasnt such a "best-friend" to her my advice to u is talk to her like a real BEST FRIEND and hope for the best :)
Tue August 27, 2013 12:27:59 am]
Connie, thank you. Confiding in my family will not bring about anhyting positive for me or my children. My silence is kept to protect them. I don't want my children to have to pay for their father's betrayal. Why bring them sadness, shame and worries? Instead, I have decided that HE will be held responsible for his actions and seeing my children feel safe, happy and secure is great proof that I made the right choice. My husband, the cause of my pain, is aware of the hurt he has brought to me and our marriage. Only HE can show remorse and restitution for what HE did to me and trust me when I say, I never protect him from his consequences. My family cannot do anhyting about our situation with the exception of giving me a shoulder to cry on. There was a time when I cried a river, it would have been nice, but that's about it. Still, it has been an extremely lonely journey and the creation of this site has helped me through my darkest days. I do hope I can empower woman like me with this site. This experience has taught me that I have to love and trust myself more than anyone else and that now that I have been put through this, I am free. Thanks for sharing. Take care. Rae
Wed August 28, 2013 08:03:30 am]
You need to have everything toghteer in order to move to NY. I don't know if you have the money, but if you don't, don't come. You'll just be flying back home very fast. There's train systems, the culture is completely different, the cost of living is ridiculously high. You have to make sure that you are prepared for these things. If you do not have more than what seems like a slight chance of something working out, you need to have the financials to be able to stay there until something does work out. Was this answer helpful?