emnma Posted December 28, 2022 Share Posted December 28, 2022 This post has been flagged with warnings, as follows: Mental Illness Click this notice to reveal the content. So there was this girl i had a fling with over halloween and it got really awkward between us after i told her i wasnt ready for a relationship after saying yes to us dating (I wasnt sober). I then had another fling with one of our friends a week or so later, but it had nothing to do with her. She apparently got mad at me for the second fling and for not talking to her. I was also really suicidal at this time and basically shut down around everybody. She texted me on a day that i was at my lowest and asked me if she did anything wrong. This pretty much wrecked me and i had to skip the class i had with her as to not have a mental breakdown. She then spammed me with calls and empty messages and i ended up blocking her. We stopped talking completely and she started to talk bad about me to our friends and families (our moms are friends so that was fun) and called me things that I'd get banned for saying. About a week ago she sent me an email basically saying that she was upset and wanted to know why i was mad at her. I decided not to respond because it was too late and i like to do this stuff in person anyways. I've been talking to one of our friends about this and she said that she (the girl who sent the email not the friend) wants to be friends again, but doesnt want to start the conversation. I dont really want to have to start the conversation and have all thats happened between us still be affecting us. I also feel like ive spent too much time moving past this to go back now, but i feel like talking to her would be the bigger person thing to do just bc it might get me and my parents back on better terms and itll be less stressful for our friends. idk though, some help would be nice Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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