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Friday, January 20, 2012
It hit me like a ton of bricks the other day when we talked about our time as a couple, and I realized we only were together for about a year, maybe 18 months. This surprised me because that was a couple years ago now and it just seems like it's been dragging on ever since. I have no interest in being with you, and you're taken now, and that's cool, but why do we still fight like a couple? You just wrote me a 15+ text re hashing all our issues from our relationship, telling me how horrible I supposedly was to you and what issues I have and whatnot, even speculating that I'm "still in love" with you (as IF! I dumped YOU remember?). What did I do to deserve this you might ask? I told you that I had ignored your calls and texts from earlier that night, because I, for some reason don't know how to tell you I just don't want to see you sometimes. I feel like it might have hurt your feelings. I could have just lied and said I didn't have my phone on me or something, but I was honest and apologized and tried to explain to to you my mixed feelings about our "friendship".
It's pretty hard to be friends with an ex and we've made it work for the most part but sometimes I just can't see you. I don't want to. I guess I should have just lied. I was wrong for just ignoring the texts and I admitted it, and was honest about why, and you shit all over me. I'm done with this now. This isn't worth the stress or hassle. Thanks for everything but I don't need this. Never have. I guess everyone was right, you can't really be friends with your ex. —Wishing You The Best
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