(Closed) I fired a friend for a reason… now i’m remembering why

posted 7 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

your title says it all… you know exactly why you fired her. she is def not a friends and not someone you want to surroudn your self around esp when you are going through such an amazing time in  you llife. just be thank ful you found that she is still the type of person that you thought she was and she is not in your life!

Post # 4
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2013

im sorry that she is being that way,, i know how it is i have a “friend” that always has better than me, or worse than me. it just made me appreciate my real friends more

Post # 5
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Buzzing bee

Awe I know you feel sad that she hasn’t really matured since your last set of encounters but you really are better off without her. It really just reminds us to be thankful for the wonderful friends we do have.

And I think everyone has a couple narcissistic or poisonous friendships in the past, I know I do, so I can definitely understand both wanting to keep them in your life and removing them for your own well-being. 

Post # 6
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

*hugs* So sorry to hear that. You were great to give the friendship a second chance, and are smart enough to still maintain your distance in seeing she hasn’t changed for the better. Despite your efforts to reconnect, she’s still locked into her same miserable pattern. Wish her well and move on as you are doing. It sucks, I know. I was in a similar situation and WHEW! all the earmarks of the reasons I fired my friend had returned. Good that you vented her, take a deep breath, and return to your friends that *do* respect you and appreciate you for all you are.

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