• This hurts more than you can imagine

    by  • February 23, 2012 • * Safe for Work *, Heartbreak • 2 Comments

    You have shut me out. You no longer even speak to me. Why? What have I done? Is this because of what happened? Because I told you no? You know why I told you no. If you didn’t suspect the truth of things before, you have surely figured it by now that I didn’t want to say no. I wanted more than anything, more than you can possibly fathom, to say yes and go with you wherever it took us. But I had no choice in the matter, not really. I never thought what happened would mean the end of our friendship — a friendship that means the world to me — but what am I supposed to think? You aren’t even speaking to me now. I just don’t understand it. The thought that I have lost my best friend cuts deep into my heart and soul. I’m so confused. I don’t know why you are acting this way. I wish you would just talk to me about this—whatever “this” is. If I’ve done something wrong, please tell me. I can’t try to make it right if I don’t know what’s going on. Why are you shutting me out? I miss you so much. I’m just really confused. Please don’t let this be the end of our friendship. Please just talk to me. I’m here, patiently waiting whenever you are ready to let me back in again.

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    2 Responses to This hurts more than you can imagine

    1. rockclimbergirl
      February 23, 2012 at 9:47 pm

      Maybe… just maybe you should try talking to that person…you’ve got to try…if the friendship means that much to you then you’ll do something about it and use every straw path until they are all worn out. You shouldn’t just send this. You should go and talk to them and try to work things out. Don’t wait for them. They may be actually waiting for you… thinking you don’t actually care enough to do something about all of this. Maybe they are testing the waters. Maybe they don’t understand that you still want their friendship regardless of whatever else it was that was between you two.

      There is so much miscommunication in friendships when it all changes..i know this first hand…just experienced this actually… but if you can… it’s worth fighting to talk…even if you have to fight first before the talk. Don’t give up. I feel your pain. I’ve felt that way all of this week. Just keep on trying and more than be patient…do something.

      Wishing you all the best in love, friendship, and life without war.


    2. DC
      February 23, 2012 at 9:58 pm

      From experience I can tell you that being shut out like that happens when the other person feels his/her needs aren’t being met and they are a) thinking on how to deal with it and b) wondering how long they wait for you to ask and c) thinking if they have to ask you it’s not worth it.

      The next words out of his/her mouth will be goodbye. Forget LINS – pick up the phone or go over there and find out what it will take to make him/her talk. But only if it’s important enough to you – otherwise you’re doing your part in sustaining something that needs to die a natural death.



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