My “Friends” Fucking Suck.

Seriously guys. Fuck all of you. FUCK YOU. You never invite me to go anywhere or do things. But it’s all fine and dandy for all of you to go hang out with each other and post all the pictures on Facebook and tag each other and just comment about all of your fucking inside jokes and how much fuuuun you guys all had. Maybe I was off that day? Maybe I would have liked to do something? But did anybody bother? No. Nobody fucking did. FUCK ALL OF YOU. I have no fucking friends anymore. Fuck it.

One thought on “My “Friends” Fucking Suck.”

  1. Hi,

    Sorry to hear about your very shitty situation – that is very annoying and frustrating. I can sorta relate to you at this point in my life, except I haven’t kept in touch with any of my friends and vice versa, and thus have pretty much no friends in my hometown anymore. It seems that you feel lonely and isolated at this point in your life.

    Do you have any idea why they would treat you this way? For instance, have you ever overheard them saying bad things about you behind your back? Have they said some things about you that they don’t like? I know you said “they never invite me to go anywhere”, but I’m just trying to see things from their perspective as well: maybe they have tried inviting you to some events in the past, and you declined for whatever reason? (Ex.: You were at a “low point” in your life, just went through a breakup, flunked out of school, lost your job, were depressed, etc). So perhaps because of this, they thought that maybe it wasn’t even worth it to invite you anymore.

    If that is not the case, have you tried talking to them about it or vice versa? I know some people may be harder to talk to than others, but maybe you could identify a few people from that group who you think are more “understandable/less judgmental” and talk to them about it? Tell them you’re wondering why don’t they ever ask you to go out/do things with them. Another option would be to hang out with your family (ex. siblings or cousins if you’re close enough to them), or join a club, volunteer or take a course and try to meet more people that way. Or try talking to any colleagues that you have a relatively positive relationship with at work.

    If none of the above works out for you or if you’ve tried/don’t think that it will “work” for whatever reason, just know this: FB and other social media are usually just a bunch of BS. A lot of times I find that when people post things on whatever they did that day, their hangouts, where they’ve been, etc., they weren’t even as “good/awesome” as they made them appear to be in photos – it’s exaggerated. Some people are just seeking attention and/or approval from others and try to find this “gratification” from social media. In other words, social media is often just an illusion. If it makes you feel like shit, then try not to look at other people’s posts and find some things you’re interested in + live your own life.

    From what you wrote, it seems these “friends” are not genuine, they have divergent interests/attitudes from you, you don’t feel a positive connection with them for whatever reason, etc. So once again, if you’ve done/tried all of this already, especially if you’ve tried to talk to them about it but nothing good came out of it, then you’re probably just better off finding genuine friends, ones that are more understanding and accepting of you, ones that listen to you, and ones that genuinely enjoy being with you and give you a good/positive feeling when you’re with them.

    Hope I was able to help you out a bit,

    Carol

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