• A female dog.

    by  • March 29, 2014 • * Safe for Work *, Betrayal • 4 Comments

    I’m starting to rethink this friendship, I don’t know that you are the person I thought you were. You showed your true colors tonight and luckily l was able to witness it. Moving forward any relationship between us will be that of me keeping my enemy closer. And no, you are never going to get that number, so quit trying. You are just like all the other wanttobemes aren’t you?

    4 Responses to A female dog.

    1. Look at yourself.
      March 30, 2014 at 12:02 am

      Your statement says more than you think.

    2. Author
      March 30, 2014 at 3:01 am

      Please tell, what does it say?

    3. .
      March 30, 2014 at 1:39 pm

      “And no, you are never going to get that number, so quit trying.” Why thinking of someone you are not interested in? Why writing it here, if you really wanted them to stop? It also sounds – sorry, but you wanted to know – arrogant.

      “keeping my enemy closer” Fear?

      “just like all the other” History repeating. Maybe it has to do something with yourself.

      “wanttobeme” Arrogance or fear or both? As if you felt superior and pitied everyone who got too attached to you.

    4. Author
      April 3, 2014 at 2:19 pm

      Not that l feel the need to explain but here it goes…

      This letter is to a new friend who has shown me they cannot be trusted. The number l mention is a number to someone this friend would want for no other reason than to hurt me.

      Do l want them to stop? Yes. Why am l writing it here? To express my inner dialogue that is too blunt to be said to the person directly. Have l spoken to this person about how l feel? Yes.

      Keeping your enemies close is not motivated by fear, but rather experience has shown me that you must tread water carefully when dealing with jealous individuals who try to prove self worth by backstabbing those who care about them.

      Just like all the others. Yea, the others. I am not new to realm of haters. Jealousy is a sickness. Am l the cause of others jealousy? No. Have l been subjected to it? Too many times to count. Does this make me arrogant? No. I am speakig the truth. Is everyone jealous of me? No, but there have been many who were.

      I have been traumatized by people who l have trusted and become close with due to their own insecurities. I wrote this letter to empower myself and to remember that it is okay to take the necessary actions to remove people from your life who cause unnecessary pain.

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