Open Letter To Drama Causers
Start writing a post

Open Letter To Drama Causers

If it's not your business, don't worry about it.

Open Letter To Drama Causers

Okay I get it, we all love drama. It's human nature to want to know everything that's going on in everyones life but prying is not okay.

Talking bad about others is NOT okay.

It's honestly ridiculous. I find it mind boggling that people can be so nice to your face but behind your back they're going around spreading rumors that have little to no true to them.

It's unacceptable.

Recently I've personally had many people talking about me for no reason. It honestly almost ruined a strong friendship that I have and it's not okay. Thankfully, I talked to the person and cleared the air.

The most messed up part is the person starting the rumors and drama happened to be someone who I thought I could trust. I learned the hard way that you can't trust everyone.

Not everyone has your best interest at heart.

Most people do genuinely care for their friends and like to see them thriving but then you have the select few that don't want to see their friends doing well or better than them. I'm here to tell you, cut those people off.

They are in no way worth your time. It may seem harsh but it's a reality. You are not going to waste your time on people who don't want the best for you. Your friends should always want the best for you and you should always want the best for your friends. It's as simple as that yet a lot of us seem to forget that.

I will never apologize for doing what's best for me and my mental health. I will apologize for hurting others feelings because that's not necessarily something I want to do.

If you're a bad friend, that's all you are. I will not apologize for realizing that and moving on. That's that. Life is too short to focus on the bad things so why would I continue to talk more about it?

I genuinely wish the best for people no matter what they've said or done to me. Maybe I won't always admit it but I promise you it's true.

Report this Content
This article has not been reviewed by Odyssey HQ and solely reflects the ideas and opinions of the creator.
Ask Your BFF These 20 Questions To See If They Know You As Well As You THINK That They Do

My best friend has been in my life since we were 3 years old, now that we are adults now, I'd like to ask her these questions to see how well she knows me.

Keep Reading... Show less

Alone At The Met

I survive a day alone in NYC.

Wikimedia Commons

It was six in the evening. I was sitting in the courtyard of a Renaissance-era Italian villa, glancing around at the statues, most notably one of a boy removing a thorn from his foot. Despite the supposedly relaxing setting, I was incredibly anxious. My phone was at less than 5 percent battery, and once it died I would be completely disconnected from my family and peers, alone in one of the largest art museums in the country.

Keep Reading... Show less
Student Life

College 101: How To Ease The Back To School Blues

Getting back into the school groove when you just can't seem to let go of summer.

Beyond The States

With fall classes just beginning, many of us find ourselves struck with summer withdrawals. Especially for those who refrained from taking courses over the summer, it can be quite difficult to get back in the swing of things. Fortunately, there are various ways to help make the transition back to college as smooth as possible.

Keep Reading... Show less
Dating Apps

We Met At A Bar

Salvage what you can; if you can't, it's alright to walk away.

We Met At A Bar
Anne Waldon

We met at a bar.

Keep Reading... Show less

The Mets And Me

They may be the worst sometimes, but this baseball team has given me more than I could ask for.

Rich Schultz/Getty Images

On September 3rd, 2001, a sea of children littered my home's navy-carpeted den to watch baseball during my dad's 40th birthday extravaganza. A baseball game flickered on the TV, and a red and blue bubble of a scoreboard sat in the bottom right corner of the screen. The New York Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies were in a wild game at Veterans' Stadium. As I, a five-year-old boy with a jumble of curly blonde hair, sat in the back of the kid clump, I wondered which team I should root for. After a long debate with myself, I decided that I should root for the team that's winning (duh). But, as the ninth inning rolled around with the Phils maintaining a 7-5 lead, some magic occurred. The Mets put up five runs in one frame, stunning the Phillie fans in the room and winning the game 10-7.

Keep Reading... Show less

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Facebook Comments