She Got Rid of A Toxic Friend, But She’s Left Wondering If It Was Wrong of Her To Not Give This Girl A Second Chance

During their fight, her friend tried to turn everything around and point the finger at her, saying that everything was her fault.

“I did start the fire of the drama by posting about her on my Instagram story after she decided to get my boyfriend involved and call me his pet. He helped me see that she wasn’t a good friend, and he showed me everything I was blind to,” she shared.

After forgiving her friend so many times for all the horrible things she’s done throughout their friendship, this was the last straw.

She wasn’t the only one her friend had mistreated, and her friend has always twisted situations and pretended to be the one who everyone should feel sorry for when she’s always been the one who’s caused drama.

Days later, her friend texted her, asking to get together. She thought it was ridiculous and hilarious that her friend seemed to be trying to win her over. Then she showed her siblings the text, and they all had a good laugh about it before she told her friend that she didn’t want to be friends any longer.

Now, as she looks back on their friendship and the chaos that she endured over the last couple of years, she doesn’t regret that she cut her friend out of her life.

Do you think she did the right thing to end the friendship?

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