What I should have realized from the beginning.
Tomorrow is a big day for me. I don’t mean big in the sense that it is a momentous day for me, rather I will be breaking the news to a dear friend that the person she is enamored by or in her words “in love with,” is a con man. And the only thing that he really loves about you is your money. They have only been talking for about three weeks, which may seem like nothing to most; however, this pathetic piece of shit has implanted himself into her heart like a baby Bot fly in a human host. Her obsession with love and being loved has left her completely blinded by this half ass con man’s lies. The worst part of this whole scenario is that he is not even a good con man. His lies are so easily debunked. Unfortunately, my friend is the perfect candidate. She wants to be loved, and his “constant reminders” of how special she is helps mask his ulterior motives. She is the most amazing, kindest, sweetest, forgiving, loving, friendliest person I have ever met. And while she is all of the things listed above, she is also extremely insecure and has an insatiable craving to be loved. For someone to remind her every day that she is beautiful, that she is amazing, that she is loved. If only she could look past her insecurities and self-loathing she would see what everyone else around her sees, a beautiful woman. I know this news will crush her, but due to current escalating events, I must tell her tomorrow morning.
I’d like to thank the universe for all my amazing friends.