Post # 1
There are these girls that I hang out with that are supposed to be my friends. But I just get bad vibes from them. Like they aren’t my real friends. Maybe I’m over reacting, but I don’t like how they treat me all of the time.
Last night I was talking with them and sometimes I tend to finish off my sentences by saying certain words. Similar to those people who say “you know” at the end of their sentences, except that’s not what I say. Well I caught them making fun of me, it was like they had a little inside joke with eachother and one of them said the words that I usually say to the other girl and then laughed. I made a face at the one who was across the table from me and I think she got the point that I had caught on to their little joke and she tried to get the other girl making fun of me to stop laughing.
I don’t know, I just find this all ridiculous, immature, and stupid. Why do people who are supposed to be my friends have to laugh at me or go behind my back? I spent the rest of my night with them worried about every word that came out of my mouth and afraid to end my sentences with those words I usually end my sentences with.
I just don’t think these people are very good friends. What do you think? Am I overreacting?
Post # 4
Then stop talking to them.
Post # 5
They don’t sound like people I would want to call friends. I can be completely myself with my friends. I never worry about how I look or how I phrase things with them. I can tell them anything. They are the people who would rush over to hold my hand in the hospital, who I can cry my eyes out with, who always have my back. You want friends who love you for you. Friends who completely accept you and all your foibles. No one is perfect but a true friend loves you anyway and never mocks you.
I would have been uncomfortable in your shoes and I think you might want to “unfriend” them if this is a regular thing.
Sorry you had that experience. *HUGS* Praying you find terrific friends!
Post # 6
secondchances – that’s exactly how I feel and I just couldn’t put it into words. Thank you for your comment!
Post # 8
Either you can tell them how you feel, ignore that this ever happened and keep hanging out with them, or end the friendship with no final words. The first option is probably your best. It’s tougher, but will be the best if you would like to remain friends with them at all. The last option is the easiest, most passive aggressive one available.
Post # 9
if you have to ask, you know your answer. (ps you can post on the support board (or whatever it’s called!) to get this deleted)
Post # 10
My friends and I tend to joke around, but we do it in front of each other. I’d be upset if I found out they did it behind my back.
Post # 11
@catonka:all of my female best friends have stabbed me in the back. sad but true. if you get a bad feeling, cut them out of your life
Post # 12
you are the third wheel in the friendship it sounds like to me. I have laughed at things my friends do/ have done but they are aware of it. The fact these two are attempting to laugh at you behind your back (while in your face) shows they dont care or respect you. Unless you want to feel like they are always talking about you then get rid of them.