So I've always been bullied my whole life. A year after high school I met this girl who Quickly became my best friend we were super close told eachother EVERYTHING we were like sisters that knew eachother forever. We were so comfortable around eachother and it was the only real friendship I've had. She knew everything about me. I found out 6 months after she was 6 years younger then me. 18-12 she told me she was 16 I guess because she looked like she was was taller then me and looked a lot more mature then that. By this time I didn't want to lose her she was like a younger sister. Anyway about a year later I found out she was shoplifting I tried to stop her but she wouldn't listen. Then next 6 months she ended up getting me in trouble by being with her so I told her I can't go down for this u need to stop or I have to stop shopping with u. I had my whole future ahead and I wasn't going to ruin it with a criminal record. So she pretty much got mad and didn't want to be friends. But that last 6 months we were constantly fighting but would make up. This one we didn't. She hurt me more then anyone by telling me I'm an ugly eczema freak who will never get a boyfriend when at the time I trulu believed it. I called her one mean name immediately regretted it and said sorry. I thought we were okay but she didn't want to hang out anymore. Went to hockey games all the time together so I still see her at them now it's been 6 months. I found out I bought the same hoodie as her so now she despises me. Gives me dirty looks and everything. I smile at her but yeah. It really hurts. I miss her so much. Even though I found a boyfriend and am around guys a lot now. I don't have a close girl friend. And it hurts knowing she moved on and has lots of close girls. It's so hard to get over it when I see her all the time and just wish we could be friends again. I've tried apologizing but she just laughs at me tells her friends and they all laugh.
Most Helpful Guy
Boundaries... any relationship can out grow. Sounds like you're ready to move fwd. You have to learn to be open to relationships while establishing boundaries. I wouldn't worry about guys.. theyll come around0
Most Helpful Girl
You did the right thing by ditching the criminal to protect yourself. I don't think you should feel bad (though I understand how you feel) because you can see her true colors now. She ended up being a bitch all along, as well as being a criminal, so you should just try your hardest to forget about her.. though I know that's way easier said than done.1
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