Nicole Bradley

I hate liars by Nicole Bradley

I hate liars. I’m getting sick and tired of people who write and say they will never give up on me unless I don’t want them writing me any more. All you liars do is sell broken dreams! It’s those same people that drop me and leave me for dead. It’s those same people that make me think I have a new lasting friendship when all they are are full of lies! Are there any real HONEST people out there? So, check this out. I recently had someone tell me they won’t be writing me any more because writing an inmate wasn’t on their list of priorities. We had been writing for months and they pull that bull? It BROKE MY HEART!!! When I write someone it’s because I want to establish a true friendship with someone that I could be friends with still when I go home. I want to be friends with someone who is encouraging, and will let me tell them what I’m going through in prison. I want a friend, and not a romantic relationship. Anyhow, one of my friends told me that it bothered them that someone would give up on me. And they said that they don’t see themselves giving up on me. YET ONE DAY LATER they deleted me from their JPay! They gave up on me! I don’t trust anyone any more! I don’t trust anyone that says they want to get to know me because they are all liars. Why waste my damn time only to just abandon me? I’m sorry that I’m all angry but I’m sick and tired of this happening to me! I spend my money buy JPay stamps to write others, and I make beaded bracelets, and make cards, all to show how interested I am in the friendship. I just don’t understand what I’m doing wrong that this keeps happening to me. I am a good person. I have a good heart. I made mistakes in my past, and I’m paying the consequences. But one thing I don’t deserve is for others to play games with my emotions. I’m tired of it. I’m so tired of it. It depresses me. Because every day I have to wonder who else is going to give up on me! I can’t trust anyone any more!

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Nicole Bradley
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  1. I would write, but I don’t want to make a lifelong commitment to a person I don’t even know yet. People make friends and then some drift away. Some last forever, or so they tell me. I don’t have any of the same friends I had when I was young. If I start writing to you, does that mean I have to do so for the rest of my life? Just because I reached out once doesn’t mean we’ll click and that we’ll always click and we’ll always have the time to thoughtfully pen letters to each other for the rest of our lives. Is someone supposed to notify my penpals when I am in the hospital, or when I die and cannot write? Yes, I have written to a few inmates and none of those friendships have endured. Many of them wanted money from me or they asked me to work on their legal cases or do some kinds of errands for them. I didn’t keep writing them forever. If that makes me a bad person or a liar in your book, so be it. I never promised to keep writing forever, even if the other person had nothing in common or was trying to exploit me.


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