I didn’t blog last week because I don’t really have much to say with what’s going on other than I am extremely turned off by and disappointed in the group.
I haven’t spoken to anyone in the group because I am hurt by what happened, and to be quite honest, I don’t need fake friends. I rather not speak to or hang out with any of them than to be around people that aren’t my true friend, and won’t have my back in life.
This episode you see me talk to Asa for the first time since the dinner incident. I am very honest with her about how I feel, and I tell her very clearly that I was disappointed in her as a friend during that dinner.
Asa keeps trying to say I need to take accountability for what happened between MJ and I and stop blaming her and others in the group. I am not blaming anyone in the group for what happened. What happened between MJ and I happened between two grown-ass adults and no one is responbile for that other than the two grown-ass adults that were involved (MJ and me). I take full responsibility and accountability for my actions and my words.
However, that doesn’t change the fact that I am disappointed in memebers of the group—particulary Asa and Reza—as friends, or who I thought were friends anyway.
Reza is so fickle; one day he’s your best friend, and the next day he’s over you. After watching him and his love/hate behavior with his best friend of 20 years MJ, I get it; but, Asa, I had higher expectations of her because she purports to be a true, honorable friend. I respected her for that.
As Asa says this episode, we weren’t really friends, we were “working” on a friendship. I didn’t know there were blurred lines between friends and not friends.
Either way, I am in full force work mode. I am 30 years old now, and the last thing I want to do is stir up drama, or be invovled with people that enjoy starting drama. Ain’t nobody got time for that.
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