30 Times People Cut Off Their Best Friend

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“He’d get into sh*tty relationships, inevitably break up, and I’d comfort and support him. He’d find a way to twist that platonic expression of friendship into romance. He did this for a decade. I knew he liked me when we were in high school; he and our other close friend had a no-date policy when it came to me, but I thought he’d get over it as we got older. I was proved wrong a week before his wedding.”

“His fiancée’s cheating was revealed by her affair partner of three months, who got wickedly drunk at a NYE party I was attending and told everyone. After he was informed of this, my friend despaired that if I didn’t love him, no one but his fiancé ever would. They married and separated. 

He got a woman pregnant, and it was a disaster; she was constantly dumping him. He’d increasingly make comments about the two of us dating, being FWBs, or hooking up. I told him how uncomfortable this made me, how it hurt to feel that I was no more than a sexual object to him — as though our many years of friendship, as though myself as a person, meant nothing.

His response, in essence, was: ‘I’m sorry, BUT, things with my baby mama are sh*t, my sisters are being difficult, my mom is having problems… Life is hard, feel sorry for me.” I ghosted him after that BS. I’m still not sorry for him.”


Source: https://www.buzzfeed.com/lizmrichardson/cutting-off-toxic-best-friends

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