People mature or grow at different rates. Look for new hobbies to broaden your likes. You will find new friends there.
Walk away. You'll make better friends with people more deserving of your company.
I'm sorry about what happened to you. I hope you've been able to talk to someone about it.
Some people are like that, they don't know how to take a stand. They'll say they don't like them, but will still hang out with them and act like nothing happened when they see them. It is as you say, two faced, which is extremely annoying. Makes us feel if they are doing the same to us. Talking to people like that never usually solves anything. You should just find new friends or a new hobby or use the time to explore yourself.
Always remember, life is too short to spend it with two-faced people. Sometimes being lonely is a lot better than having to smile at the people who don't deserve it.
With friends like these, who needs enemies? You grew as a person, they didn't. Go and make new friends, who are worthy of your friendship. Don't burn bridges, just fade away from their sight.
Their time will come, sooner or later. I hope for their sakes it's sooner.
Well you can keep them but spend your time away from them looking for new friends. People who are more like the people you would want as friends.
Generally if you put little effort into ones friends eventually they will fade away without much contraversy. You can avoide being the ***** by taking this approach instead of making a big scene and cutting them off in one night.
I guess it is up to you how you go about things.
This I am sorry to say falls under growing pains. I know that is old school but it is a part of being young. You will learn and are learning now that drinking buddies are much different than friends that are there for you. Some people say drinking friends are not friends at all but just people who you enjoy drinking with but do not really like sober.
Keep the door open, but also keep your own counsel. Sometimes friendships change and it looks like this is one of those times when you need to be open to different friends. Don't worry about them; they have each other.
It's painfully difficult when you're in this position with your friends and I know that well, maybe just for me but maybe you want them to understand what they are being like ! and maybe you wish that they could see their actions from your point of view. However, judging by your incredibly strong story, you seem to be worth more than the 2 put together. You seem like such a strong spirit and you don't need them in your life at all !! New friends is the way to go buddy :)
First, I'm so sorry to hear about what happened to you :( big hugs babe that is awful and I hope the ***** who did that to you gets the karma and justice he deserves :(
Second, you need to speak to someone you can trust (I'm not talking therapy) and just get it all out otherwise you'll bottle it all up (take it from someone who has been through a lot and kept it all inside because I didn't want to burden anyone) and that's not good :(
Thirdly, perhaps you should take up an extra activity to pour all your time and energy into so you can gradually drop these toxic people from your life because they'll only drain you and turn on you (take it from someone who has been through hell during my pregnancy and had so called best friends of 8 yrs backstab me and one of them attack me when I was heavily pregnant by ditching a can of Jim beam at my pregnant stomach pull out a chunk of my hair and trying to ram me stomach first into the door fr
Last of all keep in mind that those who ***** to you will ***** about you so try to change the subject next time they start their toxic **** xoxoxo
Big hugs babe and all the best xoxoxo you're a better person than them and that's why you feel reluctant to be around them because you're above all that **** that they do :(
No worries sweets and my best advice would be to really watch your back around these ppl, I trusted my ex best friend of 8 yrs even though she was a complete and utter DOG and a total fkn snake :( just keep your time spent with them to a minimum and let them turn on one another and backstab each other, which they will do eventually. I saw recent photos of my ex best friend and the group of dogs she backstabbed me to be a part of their "clique" and they're not happy. They're all grimacing and look totally ******. Guess the novelty has finally worn off. It'll do the same with your frenemies. Focus on your studies/career/hobbies/family anything that'll keep any possible interactions with those fake toxic ******* to a minimum. Remember the saying "Keep your friends close and your enemies closer." Wish I'd thought of that advice. However it does feel good to have them out of my life, once and for all. They were so draining and feral :( I believe when it comes to friends, it's best to value quality over quantity ;)