I Don't Have Many...

My problems with friends began when my husband and I broke up. All of our friends had been his friends originally, because he was a very controlling man who wouldn't let me have my own friends.

So when we broke up, naturally all of our friends remained close with him, and cut me off.

The exception to this rule was my closest and dearest friend, who also happened to be the wife of my husband's best friend. My friend and I discussed it, and decided that we could still make our friendship work. This was a relief to me, because without her I would have no one.

Anyway, a couple of months after my marriage break-up, I discovered that my husband had been sleeping with another woman (who was eleven years younger than him) for six months before we broke up. This was bad enough, but then I discovered that it was one of my best friend's friends. I didn't know her, but it still hurt.

I then found out that my "best friend" had been allowing them to be together at her house, so that I wouldn't find out. This was all while we were still together.

So, needless to say, she is not my best friend anymore, and I really don't have any friends now. I know people, but none that I would really call a friend.

maybecrazy maybecrazy
26-30, F
1 Response May 17, 2007

Well that's a b****! What a bunch that was. Be glad you're rid of them! Good riddance I say. Useless and no good in my opinion. You will make new and better friends. Trust me. It can't be worse lol! <br />
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I wish for you good and true friend{s} to come into your life very soon.<br />
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Hang in there! You're not alone.