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My friends, Am I really sensitive, or are they just really mean? - February 8th 2012, 08:14 PM

Sometimes I get really pissed off at my friends, like, after we hang out.
I'm not sure if it's the fact that they say mean things, or the fact I'm waaay to sensitive?

A few days ago, my bisexual friend made really, really stupid comments on gay marriage, like always, like "I'd really like to go to a gay marriage, wouldn't you?" And I just looked at them, and said "It's called marriage." (I had lunch, not Pansexual lunch.) and then she was like "I like going to any marriages, expecially a gay one." And I was just annoyed. Love is love, gender doesn't matter.

My friend also said "I wish my mom would get cancer so she'd realize the horrible thing she's doing to herself" (or something like that), and I was just offended. Why? I've lost close people to me to cancer. I mean, I can get the last thing she said, but not this one. No one should ever say anything like that.

Another one of my friends, just say things that make me want to punch her, which takes a lot because I have a crush on her, like when we were talking about her birthday, and she was going on about how she enjoyed the fact that I wasn't there. Which hurt me. And she often does really mean things. And apperantley everything is my fault for feeling like that because I'm "too sensitive."

</3 These two friends mean a lot to me. I don't have a lot of friends, and I just wanted to know if it's my fault for being sensitive or their faults for being assholes (their assholeness is part of who they are, but they could at least try.)

I've said it once, I've said it twice, I've said it a thousand fucking times
That I'm OK, that I'm fine, that it's all just in my mind
But this has got the best of me, and I can't seem to sleep
It's not 'cause you're not with me, it's cause you never leave
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Re: My friends, Am I really sensitive, or are they just really mean? - February 9th 2012, 01:41 AM

I think its neither fault(s). See you are kind of int he same boat I am. You are VERY mature for your age - and you probably have the feelings, emotions, and mental thinking of a 16 year old (atleast). So your friends that are still physically and emotionally 14-15, still have that major immature side which ofcourse most kids will say stupid stuff like that.

So would I say that you are over sensitive? No - because you are at a higher level then them.

Would I say it is there fault? No, I just think they are at a lower level - and still have that major immature side.

I would just try to strug off stupid comments they make.

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