When Your Sister Gives You a Fake Number and Your Close Friend Ignores Your Messages


I don’t think people realize what they are capable of. I am going to come from a place of strength from now on, I mean I have to. I don’t know what my sister’s reasons were for doing what she did, but I’ve had enough. I made a mistake on Christmas by telling my parents that her boyfriend was smoking and drinking too much because I was concerned because he just came out of the hospital for a cancer scare – but obviously it was none of my business to say anything. I apologized so many times because of it, and I am tired. I am so tired of pleasing people, chasing people, and catering to everyone’s needs and ignoring my own.

I am hurt.

I am hurt I am being ignored and toyed with.

I am hurt that people who are supposed to love me don’t give a shit.

Why do we let people do this to us?

I have such a big heart, but that just invites people to stomp on it.

Stay Tuned.

About shatteredwishes

I am in my late-thirties just trying to figure out life in a big city. "When in life you are handed lemons, make a vodka martini." "When I am happy I enjoy the music, but when I am sad I understand the lyrics."
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2 Responses to When Your Sister Gives You a Fake Number and Your Close Friend Ignores Your Messages

  1. Don’t ever feel guilty for expressing your concerns about someone you love. You would feel worse if something bad happened and you didn’t say anything.
    Keep your head up knowing you did the right thing. Sending you positive vibes ✨

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    • Thank you so much my friend! You always have such positive and nice things to say, and you always have something interesting to write about. I am so happy you are following me and taking an interest in me. I will admit I am feeling more alone now than ever, and its nice to know I have amazing support like you here on WordPress. Thanks again so much! ❤

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