Do you REALLY mean that?

HOW DO YOU FEEL WHEN YOU REALIZE A PERSON YOU HAVE KNOWN IS NOT SINCERE IN WHAT THEY HAVE BEEN SAYING AND THEY JUST SAY IT BECAUSE THEY THINK THEY SHOULD LOOK GOOD TO OTHERS?

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28 Responses

  1. I get very sad about it because I have spent a lot of my time sharing personal things, and I will feel they did not appreciate my thoughts like I thought they did. Make sense to you? Good question.

  2. Hypocrites turn me off ! If I realize that someone whom I trust is not being true to me then I will speak out and clear why they are doing like that .

  3. I agree, these people are hypocrites. As a matter of fact, I know somebody in particular. That hurts so much, and I feel so stupid for trusting this supposed to be sincere individual. I feel used and abused. Although I know I shouldn’t pity myself but I do… honestly.

    • They do not deserve the honor of being called your friend! Thank you for stopping in and sharing with us! Do not be a stranger! We love to chat! 🙂

    • Wow, what a quick response! Yes, this happened very recently and I’m still resentful over it. The after effect on me is I tend to blame myself for trusting this person so much. And then to be stabbed at the back like that is just too painful. Right now I’m trying to spring back to my normal self again. Listening to music, keeping myself busy but when I think of it, I still feel bad about it. Thank you, your community is a good place to be. 🙂

  4. I feel apprehensive as I move along past them. There never seems to be enough time to spend with everyone I would like so I try to stick with the genuine folks.

  5. IT WOULD HURT BUT WHAT IS THE ALTERNATIVE .

  6. I don’t like people like that. You never know whether to trust them or not.

  7. i agree w/ the others. I really can’t stand it.

  8. don’t get me started!
    i know a family like this
    it’s just mindblowing

    I’ve never seen anything like it. Smiles, smiles, smiles!!! on the outside but REALLY gossipy and judgemental and just mean and unhappy behind everyone’s backs! Including their own family members! If I ever told them (I NEVER WOULD!!!!!) the things they say about one another, they’d be crushed. It made me horribly uncomfortable because I always knew the second I left the room, even though they were SOOOOO nice to my face, that they would be laughing about what I looked like, how I dress, and who I am. That’s how they live. It must really suck to move through the world in that manner. Wild. Lord. Vent much?!! :O

    Cheers and Namaste All.

    • What is it that keeps you going back for more? 🙂

      • I don’t! Life just required that I be in their proximity for a bit, so I had a pretty thorough experience that left me scratching my head and very grateful that my family just lays the good, bad, and the ugly right out on the table! You KNOW where You stand in my family and with my close friends. I love that. And WAAAY prefer it!

        I told my mom Your Dog joke. It was great. She didn’t get it at first and I just let the silence hang there…..her burst of laughter was priceless! Thank You and Cheers! 🙂

  9. I love this site, a nice place to go when the clouds around you are grey. Thanks for being around Luisa.

    • If you looked into your heart and believe that you have done everything you could have done….do you agree? If so, the other person is the one, in my opinion…who may need to work out some issues. It is best to learn from all that happens in our life…good or bad….and move ahead, not behind. The world is ours for the taking! Just believe in yourself! 🙂 Thank you for your kind words!

      • Thanks to you, too. It’s a coincidence that I really need to vent it out and I saw your blog while tag surfing. I never thought there’s a place in the internet that you can say what you want and it will be heard (or be read). So, thank you, I really appreciate your response. 🙂

  10. Luisa, you’re heaven sent. I feel better now, always embrace a new tomorrow– I strongly believe in that. And a million thanks for sharing your thoughts and just for being there. May you be blessed!

  11. Yesiree, no problemo, add me to your blogroll. It’s an honor. 😉

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