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I’m mad at my best friends because they’re traitors! I refuse to speak to them. Am I right for doing so?

I would always call the and final about a dispute I had with my dad or something about my mother that abandoned me. I cried earlier today that my dad yelled at me for not listening when I wanted to go see my mom and life with her. My female best friend scolded, “LAYLA! We are getting sick and tired of you calling us when you have an argument with your dad, sister or anybody! We’ve given you advice so many times but you’re too stubborn to take it! Don’t get mad at us that we don’t take your side on this. Do you really think your mom is really keeping her word? She’s just going to leave you again! STOP TAKING SHIT OUT ON US! Frankly, we don’t like talking to you sometimes because you’re always bringing up the same old shot all the damn time and you think we’re going to take your crap?! WE ARE DONE! IF YOU CALL US ABOUT AN ARGUMENT ABOUT YOUR BITCH OF A MOTHER, we’re going to hang up on you or won’t answer. DONE!!”
I screamed at them and said, “I CANT BELIEVE YOU SAID THAT!! You’re my best friends! You’re supposed to be on my side!!! I can’t believe you, you TRAITORS!!” I HA-“ and she hung up on me. RUDE! I tried to call back but didn’t answer. I called my guy best friend it he didn’t answer either. Some best friends they are!!!! 🤬🤬🤬🤬🤬😭😭😭😭😭😭😭
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geoam1 · 51-55, M
For one thing they are right. Quit telling them. You need to stop asking everyone what you should do and just do it. Go see your mother if that's what you want. Don't ask dad,friends or people on here just do it. It's your choice nobody else's.
[@100938,geoam1] Okay I will! I’m angry at my friends for insulting my mother!! 🤬🤬🤬🤬
Classified · M
Them being on your side doesn't mean they will agree with you. If you let them have it when they disagree then of course they will grow weary of that.

 
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