Thursday, January 14, 2010

i dont even know how to start this post...

as some of you may know, ive been having some issues with a certain person in my life (*for story purposes, lets call her "susie"). this has been going on for quite a while now, but only recently did it blow out of proportion so much that we have ended all communication.

so tuesday night susie's* sister-in-law verbally attacked me over facebook for no apparent reason, other than that she has been fed lies about me and my family. i did not say anything to warrant the comment that was addressed to me, some of which is copied and pasted below: (WARNING: contains language)

Jess. You are pathetic. No one tells you, and so I will. Stop being rude to everyone. You know that you were being an ass. Get over yourself and stop being so bitter. And I couldn't care less about you.


umm, so i have met this girl (who said that to me) twice. two times. she has said maybe 10 words to me in person. yet she was so confidant in my pathetic-ness and rudeness and bitterness that she could broadcast this on the internet about me.

the sad thing? susie* said that i was in the wrong, and she was glad that her sister-in-law said that to me. to top it off-- in the end, susie* completely blocked me on facebook, and un-friended everyone who is friends with me on facebook. all my friends think it's kind of humorous that they are getting deleted by susie* one by one, even though they had nothing to do with the situation.

the good thing in all of this is i have learned how many people are behind me. because i actually have feelings, this entire situation really bothered, irritated, and offended me. unfortunately, susie* was not at all affected by this because apparently she has no feelings towards me. i started questioning myself and my sanity (only momentarily, dont worry). then i realized its like three sad people against me. but i have all these people who love and support me and who would call me a good person [a person who unfortunately susie* can not see].

in all, i have done everything i can to try to make the situation better with susie*. it isnt happening, and i give up. the end. unless susie* gets help or grows up, its over. its a sad situation, but ive come to the realization that there is nothing else i can do or say to change her perception of me (which is obviously very twisted). we've all said that susie* needs professional help, but it's sad because no one can say this to her, because we are afraid of losing her.

7 comments:

Andhari said...

Why would she say that to you? You seem like a nice person to me, what an off base judgment. I'm sorry you have to go through this :( Susie really needs a professional help indeed.

Darci said...

Susie needs help, we all know this. Sad thing is she will never get it because she is in so much denial. I am really happy she defriended me on the good old FB though, adds much comedy to my life. :) I love you!

Juji said...

This is a very classy description of a very unclassy night. You were nice enough to leave it anonymous, and you left out the part where I got confronted and yelled at just for defending you. (the part where I somehow became the bad guy.)

Liv said...

i'm so sorry things culminated to this point. it's really frustrating when someone you love isn't healthy or happy.

Anonymous said...

It's not Suze... it's Susie!!

MiVidaAsi said...

I LOVE the Situation..ew. not that guy. Yes it's sad that Susie has mental issues, yes its sad that the only 2 people defended her on her OWN wall as erased us from her facebook life. and yes, i will live longer because of my good laughs about it (and the fart machine on kitty.) So thanks to this, i will probably live a yr more of life. and with modern science..it would be dumb to think i wouldnt live till 201. Thanks Suzie. I will never die now.

Jon Ulf said...

LOL, sorry to laugh, but yeah, it's pretty funny. I may not know really what's going on, but that doesn't matter, family is family. When my mom stopped going to church, started drinking, and eventually had her name removed from church records, I never treated her differently. Now that my brother absolutely hates all Mormons (which my wife and I most definitely are) and criticizes our beliefs constantly, I don't stop talking to him.

The point is, you love your family, you stick by them, even if they do make REALLY bad choices (which I doubt you have done). So your sister reacting this way is uncalled for (since I am pretty sure she is LDS) and quite un-Christlike.

I say give her space and despite her complete insanity, whenever she calms down and realizes how big of a bitch SHE'S been, welcome her with open arms, let it be water under the bridge. That way, she can see how a true family member should act and you'll be better off too.