I hope that one day you are successful and kind. That you get to where you want to be and that you don’t hurt others in the process. I hope that you do not allow yourself to be a bitter failure that seeks solace in the spiteful things she speaks about others.
Sadly, some people never get out of that junior high mentality. And you know the one’s I’m talking about. They fall into three categories: the Facebook Moms, the Old Biddies, or the Catty College Chicks.
The article, with its eyebrow-raising accusations, was printed just days after Donald Trump threatened Ted Cruz and his wife on Twitter.
Have we transformed into everything that we have been taught to not be? Have we become (dare I say it) bullies? Millennial bullies?
“Your vagina is so pretty! Mine’s weird. Is mine weird? How big are your labia?”
You can say you’re sorry until you’re blue in the face, but that doesn’t necessarily mean you mean it. Until you no longer repeat those actions you apologized for that will be when you are truly sorry.
People have always said controversial things, gotten out of control at parties, and done things they regret. What’s changed is that today, no matter where you are, the world is always watching.
You fear they are spreading untrue information about you. You have no idea whose minds they have tainted, which personal territory they have infiltrated. You have no idea what kind of rumors they have spread, which of your ex-boyfriends they have contacted, what co-workers they whispered with at the water fountain.
“I became a mother just a couple months before I turned 17, and wow, did it turn my life upside-down.”
If their love can’t survive, what love can??