To My Best Friend's Ex: We All Hate You
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To My Best Friend's Ex, We All Hate You

Remember what you did to her because we know well that you admitted that you caused a lot of pain.

To My Best Friend's Ex, We All Hate You
Tim Marshall

I hope you're happy with yourself. And I wonder what your current relationship is really built on since you didn't take time for yourself like you said you would, but instead got with someone who won't help your growth.

And I may not know everything, but I know enough to know for a fact that you are no good. I'm sorry, but you need to realize how much of a piece of trash you are in how you treated my best friend.

I mean you said things to her and did things that no one deserves. And you still don't treat her well. You sit there and act like you want her to be a part of your life, but you don't take any actions to go with it. I don't agree with that at all.

Yet, you made a promise to get better. But tell me, where are you taking that promise? Because being with the girl you are with now is not going to help you. You need to follow through, even if it's just for yourself because I know my best friend wants you to be better.

She is gracious enough to still want the best for you. For you to become the best you can be and soak in all the good opportunities in life. And not even just for you, but for the girl you are with now. So you owe it to her and yourself to actually better yourself.

Make something of yourself and treat everyone you meet better than you treated my best friend. Remember what you did to her because we know well that you admitted that you caused a lot of pain. We know you know your actions will have consequences for you someday, and you had better pray that day will never come.

What are you doing to make up for all of the suffering you caused? Whatever you do, you had better make it count.

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