Hes Not Your Friend


Friends don’t maintain you walking on eggshells.
Friends don’t pick and choose when they want you in “peoples lives”.
Friends don’t keep you in their back pocket for safe keeping.

He likes knowing you’re there.
He likes knowing you’ll do anything for him and he doesn’t even “re going to have to” reciprocate it.
He likes knowing someone cares when he doesn’t “re going to have to”.

He isn’t your friend because friends aren’t these habits you struggle to break.
He isn’t your friend because if he was you wouldn’t feel guilty texting him or going to see him or dropping whatever it is to appease his needs while he’s not fulfilling any of your own.

Friends don’t use you. And that’s exactly what he’s doing using your feelings to further his agenda.

He plays the friend card because he refuses to commit to anything more and you won’t ever ask him for something more because you know he won’t give it to you.

So you settle for only friends thinking you’re luck to even be that in their own lives. You construct him up like he’s someone he’s not and you let him get away with it. If it were anyone else you wouldn’t tolerate it. If it were anyone else he wouldn’t treat person the way he treats you.

Let me reiterate this has nothing to do with the impressions you have for him but what you let him get away with because of those feelings.

He’s not respecting you.
He’s not being kind.
And he sure as hell isn’t being a friend.

Because if he was your friend he wouldn’t be using you to boost his ego.
If he was your friend you wouldn’t feel a sense of remorse and dishonor for the things you do.
If he was your friend, you wouldn’t fret so much about losing him.

You value the relationship more than he does and you invest more into it than he’s ever going to be willing to. And that’s not fair.

But you continue preferring someone who isn’t choosing you. You continue investing in someone who wants you in their own lives when it’s convenient or you have something to offer him.

The moment he realizes there’s nothing more he can gain from this relationship he’s going to leave. And you’re going to fall apart guessing it’s something you did.

And because you don’t respect yourself enough to walk away, when he does you’re going to do everything you can need to keep him. But you can’t keep someone who doesn’t want to stay.

You cling to these moments you think he might change how he feels. You cling to a history. But nothing will ever progress in this relationship because he doesn’t even respects you and why would you ever want to be with someone who doesn’t respect you because you let him treat you seriously.

He’s never going to look at your absence as a loss to him because you’ve made it seem like you’re the one who needs him.

Healthy relationships aren’t dependent relationships.

Turning to him for everything as if that it was necessary to will build him remain but he’ll grow to resent you because of it.

See if you’ve ultimately got a backbone and self-respect but you cave every time with him then fall into this routine.

You’ve made it clear you need someone and he likes that someone requires him.

He likes having you there and that’s all it is and that’s ever going to be.

The moment you really stop trying, the moment you stop investing so much into him, he’s going to go away and you’ll realize the only reason this thing was maintained for as long it was, was because of you.

It doesn’t matter what you feel. Because I’m sure you’ve put that aside to try and maintain this friendship. What matters is how he treats you. And there’s a big difference between the route he treats you and the way every other one of your friends does.

Chance are your friends don’t like him. That has nothing to do with him and everything to do with how he treats you.

Put your feelings aside for a moment and just look at that. When you start to judge him by who he is you’ll let go of who you want him to be.

He calls himself your friend but then emotionally fucks with you to the point where you’re weeping yourself to sleep over a text he hasn’t answered.

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