By Rayne Wilcox
“You brought the flames and you put me through hell, I had to learn how to fight for myself and we both know all the truth I could tell, I’ll just say this is I wish you farewell.” -Ke$ha
Dear ex boyfriend,
I’m not going to lie the past few weeks have felt like hell, but it’s not because of the break up, even though that is part of the reason. What has made this so much worse is the betrayal and you know what I’m talking about.
The break-up should have been the worst thing to have happened between us, but it’s not. And no, I will not give you a light letter because I am so angry and upset with you it’s not even funny.
I received some messages from friends of yours calling me nasty names. I told you about them thinking that you had no idea where the messages came from, only to find that you were the cause of them…while we were together.
How low can you go?
I went to the cop at the school for harassment. What you did should have a consequence, but so far nothing has been done and I’m angry about it. You shouldn’t get away with it. The one person that I was supposed to trust threw it in the trash and it really hurts. You hurt me so much.
I’ve been in a bad relationship before so I should be used to it, but that’s the problem. I shouldn’t be used to it, you were supposed to be different and I was happy, but now I’m left to deal with the pieces that you broke.
The worst thing about betrayal is to know that it’s done by someone you trusted the most. I don’t know when I’ll forgive you for everything you have done, but right now I’m just going to hold my head up high and hope that things smooth out.
Treat the next girl with the love and respect she deserves.