Mike's Struggle

The Story From A Broken Mind

Depression 9/26/16

“When you want to fool the world, tell the truth.”-Otto von Bismarck

602380_480566345291708_2097265162_nWhen you lose someone you thought you could trust, that you thought was a real friend you could share anything with over someone,  Jennifer Carson, that you should have never brought back into your life but thought hey maybe people can change.

Look I changed, so why can’t other people.  Even thou it seems harder and harder not to go back to the person I use to be.

And when you get feed up with Jennifer and see that they have not changed,  what happens you tell them your done so they spread lies about you to hurt you. They kill off real friendships with real friends to hurt you.

They tell lies about people that never existed. And talk about stuff that they know nothing about. It is hard to say but I see why her Ex beat her ass all the time. And I understand now why her family doesn’t want anything to do with her. I use to say how messed up that was but now after her “I never asked for your help” lies and the constant “I need cause I am so broke”, I see why they left. You can only go so far and stick your neck out so far. And I did all that I could, I even saved her from losing everything when she did not pay for her heating oil by having my attorney help her out. Then when the heating oil place took her table I bough her a new one. But remember she never asked for this help I forced it on Jenn. Like everything else I did for her it was all forced on her and she never said no. I am never said yes.

I will miss my friends that where lost via the brain washing of Jenn.

What a year for loss, what a year for pain.

 

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