You're 13. It wasn't a real relationship, especially if he only went out with you so as not to hurt your feelings.
You need to get over him and stop letting yourself wallow in self pity and thinking badly of him because he really hasn't done anything bad to you. He got himself out of a relationship that was hurting him, and still wants to be friends with you. So stop being dramatic and talking about murdering him.
13 years old and already know what the word homicidal means. I didn't learn that word till i was put in a mental ward. But i like to ignore people and things that don't interest me.
So he dumped you for being bossy? Sounds about right for a 13 year old relationship.
If your having homicidal thoughts and your living a healthy life you probably have some kind of mental illness. You should tell your parents about these thoughts and have them schedule an appointment with a psychiatrist. It will benefit you alot if you get diagnosed young, trust me. You don't want to learn you have an illness when your 19 - 20 years old like i did.
homicidal thoughts does not mean your psycho. People have them all the time. I hate when people make this connection, i have had them myself from time to time but i take medication and im diagnosed with an illness. My illness is Bipolar im not a psycho.
I understand you were just voicing and opinion and probably not thinking about who might be reading it. But i just decided to vent a little.
I'm sorry, bi-polarism is a bad gig to deal with. Not only by you but all you come in contact too. I don't think any of the few bi-polar people I know can even hold a steady job. That's how much their mood swings affects their life. I apologize for my comments.
Never apologize for honesty especially when you word it the way you do. It's not easy but you can manage it. Alot of people with bipolar aren't willing to do the work to keeping their mood stable. Not even i am ><
You need to take out your anger before it builds up in a healthy way. Your feelings over being dumped are not a reason to want to murder someone. It's likely that you have a pattern of letting things go for a long period of time without standing up for yourself - which is bad for everyone involved, especially for you.
Not to be rude, but whenever you use a comma or a period, you need a space after it. Just like what I'm doing.
Instead of going like this,for example.It becomes a bit difficult to read.
I'm sorry to hear that, however. Being dumped sucks, but it's a part of growing up and finding out what you really want from a relationship. Are you really only 13? If you are, you still have tons of time! Gosh, your views on life will be totally different years from now! So even if things didn't work out with this one boy, there are still plenty of fish in the sea.
He suggested that you were to mean to him and you say you can't help it, indicating you acknowledge the fact you can be mean. Maybe this is something you should reflect in terms of your personality? Perhaps you can take this opportunity for some self-reflection; are you really mean? Is there any way you can improve on this? Or was it his fault? That sort of thing.
You might be upset...but I really hope you don't go out tormenting this guy. Sometimes people just aren't compatible. At least he gave you a reason as to why he dumped you, versus stringing you along. I would rather break it off with someone knowing there was a reason than let a relationship drag on.
"Hello.My boyfriend dumped me because he claimed I was always mean to him" can't really get any more direct than that.
".I will never get over it.Why can't any guy love me for me and without myself having doubts about what will happen?" If being you involves hurting the other person then how can you ask that of another human? A relationship is built upon compassion both ways.