I’m not sure if they’ll read this, but I wanted to say thanks to someone. Someone weeks ago posted bad things about me online (technically they didn’t say my name but it was very clear in most of them) but as far as I know they’ve stopped. I haven’t tried to follow whatever their new page is or anything but I think they’re done being mean to me. So for what its worth, thanks. I’m keeping my promise of not messaging them on Facebook again unless they write back so I hope they read this.
And I hope we both learned something humble and good from all this.
"I’ll tell you one thing: sometimes, no matter how hard you try, you and the one you love simply aren’t meant to be together. The trick is to know when that is, to know when to fight and when to part ways." ~Jolee Bindo
Whoever cyber-bullies someone, then threatens to get the victim arrested and threatens to file harassment charges, and then posts on Tumblr that they’ve had a good day and felt good about it, is not somebody right in the head.
So there’s a former associate of mine who doesn’t want to be friends with me anymore. When I asked why she abruptly changed her mind, her response was along the lines of “I can choose to do what I want, you can’t tell me what to do”. Okay, I’ll try and respect that. So she usually will post or reblog something on tumblr that is cool. So I like some of them. Keep in mind, I haven’t messaged her in a while. Now her response is along lines of “That’s weird. Stop doing that. That’s harassment” huh. So you’re saying I can’t choose to like things? I don’t have a choice but you do? I can’t suggest you’ve been mean, but you can? Posting mean things about me online isn’t harassment, but liking your stuff is? If you are bringing this logic to the table, you will get served with it.