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I don’t understand how people can talk a ridiculous amount of shit about a person and then pretend to be their friend. Smile at someone that they hate so much. Act like everything is all fine and dandy in their presence when fires hotter than the pits of hell itself are ignited behind their eyes whenever they’re around.
What’s the point?
Don’t tell me that it’s to “avoid drama.” Problems like this need to be addressed or at least spread out onto the table. If you have a problem with someone, you owe it to them to tell them to their face so they know what they need to fix. You don’t spread it around to everyone else like a disease, because all that does is make everyone sick. Sick of your bullshit, that is.
The confrontation doesn’t need to be hostile. Matters can be dealt with maturely and in an orderly fashion. It’s only drama if you make it drama.
Regardless of potential lost friendships, at least it’ll be one less fake one to deal with. Quality over quantity. Who wants to settle for a synthetic friendship?
Let’s face the facts.
Rather, which face will you choose? After all, you have more than one.