Hurts Worse Than a Heart Attack.

Dear readers, I have some thing personal to share with you.

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Today, I’ve gone through a few emotions starting with anger, sadness, to disappointment. Its come me my attention that a person who have walked me through some tough situations over the past two years, has a bias against their black people. This bias is a result of having had an education paid for by their parents, living in an upscale community with the white elitist, paid for by their parents, and solely socializing with white people, because they feel that people of color, are beneath them. I wasn’t prepared for this news. I conclude that I was the token black friend to a person who I once respected and admired. It’s not easy for me to trust people. I’m at a loss for word.-Thank you for listening.

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4 comments

  1. femidadaadedina

    Reblogged this on femidadaadedina and commented:
    Trust is a porcelain and when broken cannot be put together again. I also last night had about a person that I trusted not being worthy of that trust any longer. I felt dazed, empty, angry and quizzical wondering was I wrong to trust? We are however, not wrong, the main fact there is that these experiences mature us the more and made us realize people are different.

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  2. Rohvannyn

    Oh wow, you have my deepest sympathy. I’m so sorry I had to go through that. I just don’t understand how anyone can be that way anymore – people are all just people, after all! I hope that person eventually grows out of that attitude, and in the meantime I wish you the best.

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    • Dragthepen

      Thank you for your kind words. The person is still young but have been taken by the life style and social status of the other race that she doesn’t understand or won’t acknowledge all the people of color that have paved the way for her to have the freedoms she enjoys today.

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