(Closed) How do you know when it's time to cut people off? Kinda long

posted 4 years ago in Relationships
Post # 2
1686 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

If it were me, I’d cut my losses and move on.  There is nothing to be gained from seeing their posts and comments and getting upset or sad.  People don’t always stay friends forever.  Sounds to me like they’re bringing more pain and hurt to you than any happiness.  Delete, block and don’t look back.  Find new friends that treat you like a friend should be treated and forget them.

Post # 3
2297 posts
Buzzing bee

It’s time to cut people off and end friendships when, well, you are no longer friends with them.

You are not in touch with these people, thinking about these people and seeing their lives on Facebook is making you sad, and you’re holding onto how things used to be — it’s time to end it. This is causing you stress, and that’s reason enough to let all of these old friendships go.

You’ve all grown apart. Maybe one day you’ll become friends with some of them again, because sometimes that’s how friendships go, but you can let them go for now. 

Post # 5
1032 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2015

Galang_Gyal:  If i were you, I would cut my lossess and move on with my life! It’s impossible to have a healthy relationship with anyone who holds resentment or jealousy toward you!  I  swear to you, I had a similar issue with a female that I had been friends with for more than 10 yrs. I really loved this girl. We were so close people wondered if we were lovers. When I met Fiance I would still include her in things. I would invite her over to have dinner with us, or just to hangout with us. I would even invite her to have breakfast with us, etc, but she began pulling away from me. She wouldn’t answer my calls/text for days.  Yet, I would see her on FB. Finally,  when she would respond she would tell me she never got my text/ call. Well, one day she posted something on FB and I responded to it and she called and cursed me out! I asked her why was she behaving that way and if my comment angered her I was sorry! Her words were, “I’m just sick of you.” She hung up, deleted me from FB n blocked me from her cell! I was devasted n I cried for days, but I moved on with my life. Two years later, I’d heard that her mom had passed and I got her number from a mutual acquaintance and called her to extend my condolences!  I attended her mom’s funeral and thst was it for me. She tried rekindling some sort of interaction with me, but I was so not interested.  If she text me, out of courtesy,  I will respond… PERIOD!

Post # 7
2856 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

Galang_Gyal:  Contact will probably just fade away over time. I think blocking someone is giving them too much attention.

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