Pathetic Life

I know this will sound like complete crap to some people, but I need to say this to someone. I go to new schools a lot, I switch houses even more often. I never try to get too attatched to someone or something at one school, so when I met Dominique at Memorial, I knew it was going to be hard to let her go, we quickly became best friends so I gave her my number and we talked all summer after I moved. Until one day she stopped answering her phone. I was trying to invite her to our cookout before it was too late, so I was calling more frequently and she wasn't answering. After about a week of that, her mom called me from her phone, I got excited thinking it was Dominique, answered it, and heard "LOOK!!! Dominique's not a lesbian; you are! Don't call this phone again!" I didn't. that was actually hurtful to me because I felt like Dominique should've said something to me, and not let her mom spazz out on me. It hurt that my best friend who had been there for me no matter what, and that I had been there for as well had just left my life. It really crushed me to know that I finally found someone I could trust, only to find out that she would just drop me at a moment's notice.

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  • I'm sorry to hear this :( I do know what it's like being on your friend's side though. Parents can be really difficult to deal with, the younger you are the worse it is. I really hope you don't hold it against her. You'll find all sorts of people in the world, and I'm sure you'll make friends again. I have a hard time becoming attached for different reasons. I understand what that's like, but you'll find that opening up regularly makes life a lot easier. If you are happy and accepting of you, show that to others. Friends come and go, and its hard when they do. You'll make it through :)

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