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Have u ever had a fickle person in your life that u thought was a friend




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      Nerissa wrote Sep 4, 2010
    • Yeah I learned to accept them for who they showed me they were rather than who I thought they were. Like the falling of gentle rain, our relationship ended without any fore warning there was no communication. No regrets. There are so many others in my life, like U.heart




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      Denise Richardson wrote Sep 4, 2010
    • YESSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!! and Lord knows I/m trying hard to give her the benefit of the doubt she is more than fickle she is just out right stupid, silly and childish for someone in the late 30’s. She is I guess trying to make up for the time she lost as a young girl seeing she had kids at a very early age she is doing stuff like getting guys names tatooed on her body, still messing around being a married woman with two small daughters at home and she and her hubby are just out there he’s in one place doing his thing and she is in another doing her I guess they have an open relationship not living together but are still sexually active ith each other (go figuretongue out) and its so many other dumb things she does in my opinion thats causes me to deal with her with a long handled spoon as well.




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      Lazylola wrote Sep 4, 2010
    • yes, many times, live and learn




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      Tiggerk wrote Sep 4, 2010
    • Yes, & it can be really hard.  I can’t let myself be emotiionally close to some people like that, or I start seeing my defense/stress coping mechanisms kicking in major time.  I need to know where I stand with people I’m close to.  I like your long-handled spoon analogy, Neicy!
      Kathy




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      VICKY CORYEA wrote Sep 4, 2010
    • yes!!!   I got rid of them because they brought nothing to the table!!!




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      Mztracy wrote Sep 4, 2010
    • too many, luckily now I know what to look for!




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      Cheekymonkey wrote Sep 5, 2010
    • tongue outtongue out It was very hard lesson. But people change and things that happen to them change them as well. Its just sad when its a frieght train into ur life and u cant save the friendship due to their selfishness causes u to end the friendship
      But ur the bad one. Live and learn but after 11yrs I thought I knew!heartheartbreak




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      Ditzychick wrote Sep 24, 2010
    • hmmm yes I can relate with that one, I have a ‘friend’ like that. The rest of my friends who have met her don’t know how I have the patience and she is never invited to any get togethers by them. I guess i’ve been a bit of a soft touch in the past but now I realise she is one selfish woman and I have gradually been breaking away from her, hoping it will drift completely any time now ohhhhheartbreak




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