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dianthus
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16 Sep 2016, 6:45 pm

Have you ever told someone you really dislike them? or in some other way just totally shattered their illusions about you, or about what you think of them?

I usually try to hold it back but the longer it goes on the more I feel like I am going to blow up and say it anyway.



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16 Sep 2016, 7:08 pm

Yes, it's usually at the time I decide to end a friendship.


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16 Sep 2016, 8:17 pm

I can tell a close friend or partner things that are bothering me about them when I realize it's really causing problems, although it's not that it's easy or anything. But as for telling someone I really dislike them, that usually is the "parting words" scenario when I'm having such a blow-out argument with them that I don't care if the friendship or relationship is all over. By the time I'm saying how much I can't stand them it's been over for a while, in spirit, anyway!


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