I am not a good person to vent to yet it feels like I'm the designated therapist of my friend group. I know they trust me and all, but I am really not the person to get advice from.
I can understand a mistake like when you're tired or busy or just doing it to be funny, but if you constantly misspell your words and neglect basic grammar just to be downright lazy, don't be surprised when I don't want to text you. You make me lose brain cells with every text you send and I know for a fact that English is your first and only language, so don't even try me with those excuses. If you really don't like texting, then call me. You act like you're not using a phone right now. I don't care if it takes longer to make an actual, readable sentence; I'll gladly wait an extra minute for you to make sense. You'll spend the same time trying to explain what you just said with your busted words anyway.
I can't help it but I really should say that your appearance is already ugly and your attitudes make it worse.
My best friend and I haven't been seeing each other as much since we both started working a few years ago. So when he told me I am 'going a little nuts' dating wise it confused me. I haven't dated for a full on year with the exception of 1 person who didn't go further than three dates and that's it. Him being my best friend, I took the comment to heart and asked him what made him say that a few days after he said it, it kind of bothered me. His response was very offended, why did I make a fuss about it? Well I think as a friend I can tell you I don't quite appreciate a comment, especially if it's just based of 'a feeling' I think I can ask them to word it better next time. They got highly offended by this. So I've noticed them distancing in a group chat and when I asked him something in private I got some corporate response that he doesn't entrust certain information with an 'associate' and that 'we barely know each other' and he's interested to 'have an attempt at reconnection, perhaps somewhere in the future'. I may be crazy but if I'm mad at a friend It doesn't make them not my friend anymore, and if I want distance I just tell them "hey man I've been hurt, this will need some time. But I still care about you, just give me some room", or quietly take that room if i can. I feel hurt that someone whom I've dragged away from the litteraly train tracks could talk to me like that and just ditch me because of an argument. And then I find out he has been talking to people of our group behind my back while accusing me of making drama while I keep it to myself. Others say he'll come back to say sorry as he doesn't really want to lose me, but I don't think I can accept it. I lay here crying in my bed, and I don't cry that easily.
I feel like my best friend is now closer to my sister than she is to me. Now I have no one. I mean, yeah, I have other friends, but I'm not as close with them, and I probably never will be. That's not the kind of thing you can just... make happen. You can't force someone to have a deeper connection with you. It's so hard to make friends. Why can't I have just one person? Just one friend who doesn't leave me. One friend to spend time with, to talk to about things we have in common, to support in their times of need but also to lean on when I need help. Is that too much to ask? Is it too much to ask for just one friend?
My roommate such an asshole! I want to slap her face
So, my friend spent the night last night. I work third shift, so I was gone all night, but my sister was here, and she's friends with her too so it was fine. So I tell them that I plan on getting up decently early so that I can hang out with them, instead of sleeping all day like usual since I don't have to work tonight. Well, I got up at 1. They had been gone for a long time already. I called them multiple times. No answers. Another hour went by, no sign of them. I started panicking a bit because I was worried they had wrecked the car or something. Well my sister calls me back around 2:30, and after saying hello, the first words out of her mouth are "Yeah, you can go back to sleep if you want...-" Ouch. "-I texted mom, but I forgot to tell you; we went to the movies.-" Double ouch. "-Now we're on our way to the park to use [friend]'s spirit box. (friend mumbles in background) Yeah, you can come with us if you want? Should we come get you?" I respond with "Well, I have to get mom up at 3." She just says "Oh. Guess I'll see you later then." and we hang up. My feelings are beyond hurt that they just fucking ditched me. And the worst part is, this isn't the first time they've done this. I hate feeling like I'm a fucking third wheel with my own best friend.
My best friend is going to marry and they only invited close relatives. A lot of people are, let's say, surprised at this but I'm thankful. I don't like weddings.
I crush on this guy. He has a beautiful girlfriend and he is my bestfriends crush too. I lied to my bff that I like someone else and shipping her with my taken crush.
I grew up in the US and I hated it there. It's so hard to make friends.. for introverts... I'm always lonely and depressed and life is very demanding. When I moved in the Philippines, it was easy to connect with people "in person". Yeah the country can be unsafe, and can be damn humid but I love the people here. The people that I met somehow cured my depression. Yeah bad health care as well but I love it here! I love the food, the culture, events, and I can live by the limitations of that from the first world country. I dont really care what my parents think, I live my Filipino heritage and their social connection. Something considered awkward when I was in the US.