Love me not

I did this out of love, is what I was told.

Well, I wish you would love me not!

Have you ever disagreement with someone over a situation that genuinely doesn’t concern them. The uninvited party wizzles their way into a conversation and then begins to voice their concerns. And you’re like, “wait one damn minute; you have nothing to do with what we’re discussing.”

I’ll never forget that telling day, the day that our relationship changed forever, and it will never be the same. I won’t go into detail about the situation because it serves no point. But I will go into the lesson that I learned.

Lesson Learned

When you are trying to make a point to someone about why something they did hurt you, you must first make sure they give a damn. More times than not, they don’t. If they did, you wouldn’t have to beg for an apology or acknowledgment for how they made you feel. 

It’s quite telling if you do take a moment and address all your concerns and you get nothing back but comments from everyone but the person that should be commenting. That alone should tell you they don’t care about you, but they do want others to dislike you as much as they do. 

Then here comes the one they vented to, and now he/she feels they have the right to speak their opinion on the situation. And when they speak, you can tell they have wanted to cuss you out (via text) for years. And now they finally worked up the guts to do it.

I remember that day like it happened yesterday; I was stunned at how foolish this person truly was. And I thought, how did I miss the signs of stupidity? Maybe because I wanted to, I guess. But unfortunately, my disappointment in this person paralyzed me from responding.

And then the last few words came piercing through my phone, and it READ… “I said all of this OUT OF LOVE.”

I looked at my husband, chuckled, looked back at my phone, and said, “Oh, chile, I’m better off if you LOVE me not“!

You could have chosen any blog to read, but you chose mine, and I’m honored!


4 Replies to “Love me not”

  1. It is very humbling for me to realize that so called friends really don’t give a fig about me or my feelings. So hurtful and then it dawns on you that you are better not having them in your life.

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