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    Back stabbed.

    So basically, Me and this girl from school talked to each other and liked each other alot. She said we could go out, but I would have to wait a while. I thought it was dumb, but I just played along with it, and boy was I dumb for making that mistake. I told my Best friend I liked her alot and guess what ? A week later, my friend comes up to me and says they're dating. I almost burst out in tears and felt like knocking him out, but that would be the wrong thing to do. So I just shut him down and said "Congratulations, you did what i could never do" and ever since, I've been ignoring everyone and they keep asking me why i look sad. I want to anwser badly, but that spreads rumors, l've cried so much already, and ive tried moving on, but the MEMORIES keep coming back.

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    Hello mynameisunimportant, and welcome to ReachOut! We're all really glad to have you join us here!

    It sounds like you're feeling pretty torn up about this, and I can only imagine how betrayed you feel. I am really sorry that this happened to you. Have you talked with your friend since this happened? Is that something that you think you may want to do (if you haven't yet)? It must be really difficult to hold these feelings in. Is there anybody in your life, such as a family member, trusted friend, or a trusted adult that you feel you can open up to? Finding ways to express these feelings can be really helpful in starting the healing process, as well as distracting from those memories that keep popping up. Activities like writing, art, and music are probably the most common ways one can express themselves, but you may also find things like being active in sports, dancing, or meditation can help as well.

    http://us.reachout.com/facts/factshe...meone-can-help
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    http://us.reachout.com/facts/factsheet/trust-issues
    http://us.reachout.com/facts/factshe...-communication

    I want you to know that we are all here for you, and we truly care! There are brighter days on the horizon!
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    The thing is, Ive known my best friend for a long time. How could he do that to me ? And the girl I liked ? I think she used me to get closer to my best friend, and if thats the case, Ill turn invisible from them until I graduate from high school. I still these really awesome friends, so I might as well forget about the ones who have betrayed me, and start hanging out with my REAL friends.

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    Hello Mynameis,

    I'm really sorry that you've had a tough time with someone you felt you could trust. That's not easy. I think that sounds like a brilliant idea! I'm really glad that you have some people that you can call real friends. You deserve that!

    Although it sounds like you're working on figuring it out, I thought I might add a couple of fact sheets that I think you'll find beneficial to read!
    http://us.reachout.com/facts/factsheet/friendships
    http://us.reachout.com/facts/factshe...a-relationship

    We're all here for you, and always willing to listen!
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