___She is toxic. When a girl tells you that she requires male attention to feel beautiful, you know you're in for a total, emotional mess. And because I was friends with her before puberty and hormones hit us like a rock, I tried to push past the blatant insecurities and be there as a true friend. But she's made it far too difficult. It isn't only the need for boys to want her that annoys me, but it is the fact that she feels the need to boast her "problems" to me and whoever she feels like telling. And, whenever something doesn't go her way (boy, work, or school related) she immediately descends into a legitimate hissy fit. And reasoning with her is next to impossible as her logic is that skewed.
___Maybe I could deal with the obvious mess she's become if she actually treated me like a friend. Over the years, I've tried to go out of my way to be a good friend to her, and I get nothing in return. I hate selfish people, and she is the textbook definition. Not only this, but in recent years of our friendships, I only get the text "I miss you, let's hang out" when she wants to whine about how a boy is falling under her demands. I've stopped responding to said texts.
___I hope I managed to make sense in relaying my story of a toxic friendship with you. I didn't want to include too many details about it all. All I know is, I'm basically done with her when it comes time to leave, and there's no way I'd ever go out of my way to be her friend again. Of course the ending of our friendship is nothing dramatic, more like a slow spiral to the end, but nevertheless the bond is forever cut in half. I hope you understand what I'm saying; I know we've all had that kind of friendship before!
P.S. On a lighter note, my birthday is tomorrow!