Heartbreak

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If I start acting a certain kind of way towards you. You gonna feel some way. The sad thing is me and you got the same jealous &' sensitive ways. I may have had some wrong in the argument but you took it to another level that it shouldn't have went to if you say you loved me like your "child" . You come off about alot of stuff the wrong way. You stay throwing stuff in my face that gets on my nerves. Like the situation about my mama. Like respect it, that's my mama and when she kick me out, where imma go? Not to you cause you didn't open the door to me when I got put out. The thing that gets me is I really cared. You want me to be something I'm not. I'm sorry my mama don't let me stay out all night, don't care where I go, or stay with my boyfriend. I had two friends like that both of them got pregnant and ended up in the worst situations cause they mama didnt care. you don't respect my situation at all. You make everything about you but I'm selfish and I don't care. I didn't want to go nowhere this weekend that was my choice. I wanted to be to myself. You think I'm not human I'm not suppose to sleep or want to be to myself. You have those days. I never disrespected you in no kind of way. Like you want me to live this lifestyle that I don't. I'm sorry I'm…...

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