A Letter To The Boy Who Broke My Best Friend's Heart
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A Letter To The Boy Who Broke My Best Friend's Heart

You don't remember me, but I definitely remember you.

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A Letter To The Boy Who Broke My Best Friend's Heart

You did it, you managed to hurt the most important thing to me, which doesn’t make me a happy camper. You probably do not remember me but she’s my best friend.

You probably do not know me but I definitely know you. I knew about all of those sweet texts you would send her, every date you two went on, and everything in between. I knew about you before she ever even introduced us. I may know all that made her smile due to you, but I am upset to say that I also know everything you did to make her cry. Every time you cancelled plans, did not text her for days, I knew about every single problem you guys had. I have read every text because well I helped write the responses and I obviously heard every story.

Man, I wish I could tell you that I took your side or that I wish you guys were still together. I wish that I could tell you that you are a good guy, or that there’s a girl out there who deserves you, but if I said it then I would be lying.

I was not surprised at all when I found out you two were, but you can bet that I acted like it. I acted devastated, only for her. I knew it was coming, from the first time you hurt her and the first fight happened.

There have been many of you, but there is only one of me. You along with so many others have left her side. The only thing that has stayed by her side every step of the way, is me. I have been there when she has been uncomfortable with herself, acted immature. I have been there when she has been the happiest and achieved her goals. I will be there when we are 80 years old and she will not be able to remember my name. What you do not know is that I know everything about any guy that comes and go as they please in and out of her life and I hold her in my arms every time they leave.

I stay every single time because unlike you and the type of people like you, I can am able to handle anything she could ever throw at me and I know she would do the same for me. I see everything that she does for me and I could not be more thankful. She is my shoulder to cry on, my therapist, my motivation, my best friend, and my rock.

I want to say I expected this. I expected you to break her heart. However, what I did not expect is to be the one to pick up the pieces when you promised her day in and day out that you would never leave or hurt her. You promised her forever and you broke that promise. Because of you she gets cautious every time a guy tries to get close to her, she pushes guys away when they do actually care for her, and she feels like she can’t trust anyone. I want to personally thank you for bringing my best friend and I closer than we ever have been.

The girl who was there to pick up the pieces

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