(Closed) I'm speechless! How would you respond to this email if you were me?

posted 7 years ago in The Lounge
Post # 93
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Buzzing bee

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@Birdi:  Good!  You don’t need friends like that, especially when you are grieving.

Post # 94
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Blushing bee

@Birdi:  I’m so sorry about your doggie…I cried reading about your loss. Our dogs are family. My condolences.

As for psycho? I’d stick with the F* you. She’s cra cra, lol. 

From what I understand she’s just some lady from the gym and not a friend. Seriously, just ignore her…let it go away. She’ll catch on.

Post # 95
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

@Birdi:  Can’t go wrong with a good “F*ck You”, that’s for sure 🙂

Post # 97
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

I just need to say this…if this woman is indeed anorexic, that’s a REAL, SERIOUS, LIFE-THREATENING disease.  Calling her “Ms. Needs a Cheeseburger” and making fun of her for having said disease is AWFUL.  Calling her psycho, etc, doesn’t help anything — it just plays into our society’s lack of understanding of mental illness.

 

Okay I’m done.  Carry on.  

Post # 98
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2014 - British Columbia

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@peachacid:  +1

It is far beyond being just an eating disorder.

Post # 99
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Busy bee

@Birdi:  I am so sorry to hear about Bogie 🙁 It is never easy losing a pet, they are such a big part of our lives. My SO lost his dog 5 years ago, and while he’s coping much better, he will always miss him. Like I say to him ‘it’s not about getting over it, it’s about getting through it’. 

As for your friend – what a whack job! She is SO not worth the drama. She’s like a possessive boyfriend! I befriended this girl once through my old job, but she was drama too – we didn’t even really get to know each other but all of her messages were about her fights with her boyfriend, being lonely, being sad, and at that point in my life it was just too much drama for me to take on. Had it been a lifelong friend, I’d have been there no question, but I didn’t want to be a complete stranger’s emotional booty call. True friendships don’t require constant contact, my best friend and I can go weeks without being in touch, but we still catch up and pick up exactly where we left off. There is never any drama.

I would not reply at all.

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