Delete You

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Day 10 – Someone you need to let go, or wish you didn’t know
As the years have added onto me I have become a different person. I am no longer a push-over and I end things the way I see it needs to be ended.
I love how some people act like that are your friends on Facebook, but when you reply to something they say and they never reply back, but reply to the person under you, than yeah it is time for the “delete” button, and please at the next event I see you, please don’t come talk to me like you have been my friend forever.
I think throughout the years I have become “me”. I stand my ground, I walk away from people who hurt me, I close off my feelings, I have found my “straight” face, and I can hide my emotions easily.
So, at this point if I need to let go of someone, I just do it. I usually don’t explain why, or try to talk to you about it, I just simply erase you from my life.

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  1. Better to rid yourself of those that have no value in your life, then have them hang around and suck the energy/feel-good out of you. It took me years to figure that out, till I started thinking about how much precious time I’d wasted on people that weren’t worth the effort. Good for you that you’ve learned that lesson so young.


    • Thanks! I agree with you. Better to know the difference now than later. Only thing that sucks is I have to see this person soon. I just hope she just keeps to herself and not come around trying to act like my best friend.


    • I had to let someone go this past February, and it was the hardest thing I think I’ve ever had to do. She’s family, was the closest person to me, but hurt me and what she did was unforgivable. My exact words to her were “I don’t want to know someone like you.” That was it. No more, no less. I know what’s good and whats bad for me now, and I don’t waste my time on people capable of hurting others for selfish gain. Better to state your feelings and not have to walk on eggshells worrying about it.


    • I agree. I hate worrying about things, but I find myself doing a lot of it. It is good to get rid of the people who “worry” your mind, when they are gone you feel the peace settle in.


  2. That’s right. We need to delete those that doesn’t reply anyway . They are under the friends list for a reason- cause their friends that interacts with us. Good for you for initiating such a brave act. I knew some people who takes facebook so personally and they get upset when deleted but if they are true friends then they should be able to understand.


    • Well, I have never been on the “more friends I have the more popular I am” ban wagon, but after 3 months of ignoring when I tell you congrats on an engagement, or happy birthday, or anything of that matter it is time to go.


  3. quoting Siggi
    “life is too short to put up with the two facers and back stabbers”

    I wish we have the “I DELETE YOU” button in real life too, so we dont have to ever ever ever meet those peoples again.


  4. I have a few friends on my FB that need deleting.
    Its good to be able stand up for who you are and not let others walk all over you. Its a hard lesson to learn, but the best one yet!


  5. I agree with almost everything you said. Way to go! The only thing I would add is that sometimes, it is even more cathartic to tell the person you are deleting “why” you are deleting them. A very old friend of mine and I had a huge falling out over something she said and after avoiding her for a long, long time, it was really fun to finally break my silence long enough to tell her that, yes, she was right, the reason we were no longer going to know one another was all her fault. Man, that felt GOOD! 🙂


    • I don’t even think she deserves an explanation, lol! Just delete and move on. Facebook is not here for us to continually giving answers of why. I do know that I will see her in about a month though, and she will probably try to be so nice, ugh! people lol


  6. Oh yeah, I’ve deleted a few people on my Blackberry and FB. It’s cathartic.


  7. Sometimes it’s good to just move on… other times it helps to at least give someone the benefit of the doubt. I observe the behavior and if I see a consistent pattern of disregard, I move on… But I give it a chance first… no one is perfect, right? 🙂


  8. I so agree…except that these days, my face tells all…
    there was a time when I had the best poker face. Now,
    I am more transparent…for better or worse since I seem
    to be stuck in the mode at the moment.
    But, have no doubt…life is too short to put up with the
    two facers and back stabbers…the worst being, and I’ve
    had this happen, the front stabbers who say, “you’ll be better
    off, now” or were self righteous about it. To them I say, “what
    goes around, comes around.”
    Excellent post.
    ☮ ♥ Siggi in Downeast Maine


  9. I completely agree.


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