i find it really angering that abusive friendships aren’t addressed as much as abusive relationships. they’re both very much alike, horrible, and do a great deal of damage. its hard to talk to someone about leaving an abusive friend and feel like you’re being taken seriously
My best friend from childhood on up until a few years ago was absolutely horrible to me when we were children. I only stayed her friend because I didn’t think I would be able to make other friends. She got better as we grew older, and for a while we actually were friends. But as I started to deal with what she did to me when we were younger I realized I couldn’t handle staying friends with the person whose actions taught me how to hate myself and others and how not to trust anyone.
And I can’t talk about what happened because I’m always told that I’m exaggerating or that I’m just being too sensitive.
abusive friendship + anxiety disorder= agony
Anonymous asked: Oh my gods. The picture of you after talking to the anon that said they were Pakistani... DAYUM! Them eyes! Be still my heart!
asdagjg said: You have social anxiety. They probably don’t dislike you…
The hispanic girl actually doesn’t. She’s pretty gruff but she’s pretty open minded and not a bad person. She can be judgy, but she’s not fake. I told her how I felt and she really apologized and we’ve come to an understanding.
The Indian one does. She disliked me from day one, she taught her friends to dislike me. She accused me in a passive aggressive way of stealing her fruit snacks. She borrows my stuff and when I ask to borrow something for ten minutes, she’s a complete bitch about it. There’s no other doubt about it. I’ve tried to confront her and she just wiggles out of it.
So let me fix that: One of my roommate dislikes me.