“I sabotaged my best friend’s weight loss.” What do you think about THIS WOMAN’S Real Talk ADMISSION? Have you ever HAD A FRIEND like this? Have YOU ever been the friend SABOTAGING? submitted by saboteur1212 “I’m deeply embarrassed by what I have done, although nobody else knows about what I did(apart from you). We’ll call her AJ. Ever since we were kids and teenagers AJ was always the batman in our relationship. When ever we went to parties I was known as the girl who followed AJ around. She was the pretty friend and I was the fat one. People didn’t know my name, regardless of how many I told them. They only saw her. She was always a bully to me, it was her way and when I denied her the pleasure of seeing me get her drinks and food at parties or “helping” her out with homework, she told somebody my secret. And you know how fast gossip travels around in high school. By first period she tells someone, by third period everybody knows.
I was jealous of her: looks, admirers (she rejected a lot of guys who asked her out), family, clothes, extrovert personality, and lastly weight. As I came into my late teens and early twenties I learnt to let go of the jealousy. I am no longer jealous of her. I lost the weight, I fixed my teeth, enrolled into my dream university course and focused on improving myself.
Meanwhile she has gained weight, struggled through high school and locked herself in her room (still lives with parents) with no job and no money. I was supportive of her despite everything she had done to me. I feel so guilty for doing this but – I sabotaged her weight loss.
Sometimes it was indirectly such as not giving her weight loss advice and once she asked me if a vegetarian pizza was healthy, I didn’t reply but she ate half of it anyway. She thinks walking is the only exercise she can do and will “become muscley” if she uses weights. And other direct means – she comes over to my house for meals and to hang out. I use an unholy amount of cheese in her sandwiches, and I basically give her food heavy in fat, salt and calories. Meanwhile, I eat a simply healthy meal.
I love watching her fall apart, every time she cries out and complains about not losing weight I can’t help but smile. You bullied me in high school for being overweight and imitated my awkwardness. I love it when she finally breaks down at the end of the night and runs for McDick’s and binges on burgers, fries and milkshakes. I just love watching her fall apart.
However a little part of me still reminds me that she is a human being and she deserves to move on from this moment in her life – and although she was a ravenous bitch throughout my life I love watching hers fall apart. And for that I am ashamed for taking pleasure in things that she used to do to me.” #frenemy
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