In all honesty I don’t have anyone I am jealous of… I’ve had times where I have momentarily wished I was in the situation of another person but I don’t know…I have a lot of short comings but jealousy just isn’t something I’ve been aware of in myself….
No it's just what people say, and I had to get it off my chest don't worry you're fine, but what do you think about it?
It depends. My sister often asks me to make her life decisions for her and it drives me nuts and sometimes I feel like saying “i don’t give a f*ck” to her because she needs to learn to make her own decisions. I think that when someone says that it reference to how they feel about someone, who they have had a tumultuous relationship with, it could either be because they are just completely over the situation and just want it to go away or its a defense mechanism to mask their true emotions. Regardless it’s not the nicest of phrases and it’s actually pretty vague. If it’s used to mask emotions the person should just say how they are truly feeling and if it’s said because the person is over the situation, they should find another less offensive way to express themselves. I know I would feel really hurt if someone said that to me.
People who say they don't give a fuck annoy me I just want to punch them in the face omg, you cannot comprehend how much it ticks me off! Because it's people like them that lead to others getting hurt, that is a hypocritical thing to say because if someone they love died they'd be there giving a fuck, I just hate when people say that seriously, I do end rant.
uhm…I’m confused? Are you telling me this just because you need to get this off your chest or are you referring to something I said? I don’t think I said any where that I don’t give a f*ck about something…not really my style…Did someone say the didn’t give a f*ck to you? Sounds like a defense mechanism to me. :/
i remember awhile ago you wrote a blog about a close friendship you lost. i got into an awful fight with a friend of mine right before we started college this year and i have been thinking about it often. i just was wondering if you ever think about the friend you don't talk to anymore or if you ever think about fixing things? i follow your blog and love your posts! cute fashion sense!
Funny you brought this up. About two months ago I wrote my friend because I felt really terrible about the way I handled myself in that situation-especially because this friendship was probably the most connected friendship i’ve ever had. She had written me about a year earlier and I had blown it off and refused to reply. Well she responded to my email and we ended up talking about our falling out at great length and we are working on our friendship now. So far so good. I think if this person is truly important to you then you should at least take responsibility for your contribution to the falling out and apologize. you can’t expect anything in return obviously but there are always two side to every story. you aren’t completely right and neither is your friend. I struggled a lot before I wrote my friend. I have a lot of pride and it took me a long time to humble myself and realize I had behaved in a way that was hurtful and in a way that I didn’t want to be representative of the kind of person I am. Just because my friend had hurt me didn’t give me the right to be hurtful to her. I wrote her not expecting anything-just wanting her to know I recognized that it wasn’t just her. She and I were just talking about how it’s interesting how different our relationship is now in comparison to just two months ago. We were saying how the situation was hurtful and not something to be forgotten but that life’s too short to (in her words) not let a new normal evolve. And I really believe that sometimes when people go through something difficult together it ends up bring them closer together. So who knows what the future holds, but life is too short to be holding grudges or being angry. Especially against someone who has been a very important person in your life.