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MeganIsBack
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4 years ago 0 MeganIsBack 121 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Thanks and I cut ties. It's just my ego often brings up the situation over and over. Yes, they have significant mental health issues, addiction being one of them and a personality disorder. I just want my ego to realise these people are bat shhh crazy (cos you'd have to be to think it's ok to let a teenager have sex, drugs, and drink with grown adults) and I don't need an apology from them. My ego needs to learn they are out of my life and an apology is completely unimportant.
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4 years ago 0 MeganIsBack 121 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Oh trust me I definitely have cut ties. I realise their denial and blaming things on me (even after they asked us to take their daughter to hsopital) lies in fear. They are out of my life. 
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4 years ago 0 Cardio Tech 162 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
I agree.  I think you are best to cut all ties and have no contact with this person.
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4 years ago 0 in1peace 58 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Megan, I had a frenemy like this. I finally had to block her from my email, Facebook, even told my mom not to give out any info to her. Sometimes you have to cut all ties with someone like this. It wasn't my place to diagnose, but I'd say this frenemy had mental health problems. I admire you that you tried to patch things up, even though you were the target. She/they will be better off left alone. You have a life you need to enjoy! You don't have time for that! Don't feel guilty about it either, it's not your burden to bear.
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4 years ago 0 MeganIsBack 121 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
How do you overcome repetitive thoughts of a bully who refuses to show any remorse for bullying you? I have forgiven them in my heart. I have apologised to their family if I caused them any anger (I can't see how or why). The bully askedf for my help (addiction issues) and I said I could refer them to a professional. 2 weeks later the bully's parents and the bully denied they had a problem and ever since then for years now they have been very hostile to me, denying things, etc. Denial is their own issue but it has for years come to the point of me being blamed. In fact, when my mum had to take the bully to hospital the mum of the bully was argueing with the toxicologist. They have never once apologised for anything they put me through even though I stopped trying to help a long time ago. I forgave them. Then last year when I thought everything was going swimmingly, and we went to the mum's birthday party, the bully was dancing with me and asking me for medical advice of a different medical issue of hers. She told me her plans for the future, and seemed very kind and we had 1:1 time as well. Then this year, I tried to compliment her and got a response of "my mum told you never to speak to me again!" I forgive them. I figure there is mental health issues and denial here. I apologised if I did anything wrong. But I want to let it go. Also, I have no more contact with this family. 

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