I've been recently liberated from what turns out to be one of the most awful people i may have ever met. I'm stupid for allowing myself to be involved in the first place. Drunk and abusive and projecting it with every available ear. There hasn't been time to be sad about it ending, as I've been forced to deal with real life... And it's ok. There's more to life than party. I guess the confession is, to my surprise, I don't care about that person the slightest anymore and the days are beautiful without her.


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Sing month

May 17, 2018 at 2:44pm

Well it's about time you figured it out! Someone didn't pay the gas bill and the light is out....

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May 17, 2018 at 6:10pm

This is really similar to my buddies situation right now . Stay positive. People who do this cap to people they say they love are complete psychos.

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Be free

May 18, 2018 at 7:24am

Don't let her gaslight you anymore!!

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May 19, 2018 at 9:06am

Sometimes the person who got dumped got dumped for a very good reason. I’m not saying that in your case that’s true, but it’s certainly possible. I have had to break up with people and subsequently found out that they were going around telling everyone that would listen how awful I was, when in reality I broke up with them because they either just weren’t right for me (in which case I did in the kindest way I could), or they weren’t capable of being in a committed relationship and I was feeling completely used. If someone is regularly having partners break off relationships with them, then the common denominator is them. Friends and family of that person may want to consider that concept before assuming that all the exes were psychos or horrible people.

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