Dear You

I recently sat down and wrote a letter to three ex friends of mine. I sat down and write what I would write to them if the one friend who attacked me out of nowhere decided to unblock me. I blocked the other two after they also attacked me as well and yet, were perfectly fine with every attacking me and accusing me of things I had never even done.

I decided to write my response. Although I doubt they would ever apologise, I have no intentions at all with being friends with them ever again.  I felt like I needed to write something, even if they never see it. I have spent time editing it and bringing up new points and rehashing at old points. It has made me feel a lot better. Any time that I’ve thought of something or a good point, I write it. It’s nearly two pages long at this point.

Points like:

  • The note that I had wrote about my anxiety it wasn’t about them. I was just writing what was going on with me and how I don’t want to be treated anymore. If they took that personally, that’s on them.
  • The fact before this, they do nothing but attack me over the years and that’s fine because “that’s just who they are”. I kid you not.
  • If you don’t like being “attacked” why are you with someone who abuses you?

So on and so forth.

I don’t know how many of you I actually told you. That they blocked me once they had had a go at me, so I couldn’t even respond…Probably because it was going to be this reaction and they knew it…

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Have you ever done something similar?

3 thoughts on “Dear You

  1. I have often thought about writing a letter to an old friend from middle school, one who I considered so close I made her my maid of honor, now I wish I would have given that honor to someone else. Oh well, live & learn, right? I’m sorry you were treated so poorly, but I’m glad you have enough self worth to realize you don’t deserve to be treated so poorly.

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