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My confession: My email got her fired.

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I have this "family member" who has been a bitch to me my whole life. I could name countless heartless, sneaky underhanded things she has done to make my life hell from the time she entered my life at 4 years old. So she had it coming I think.

Most recently, she's been stalking me on facebook...showing people I'm close to things that I post and telling them I'm talking about them when I posted it, screenshotting things I've said (for what purpose I don't know)...she even went so far as to tell my friend that I got married for lust and not love (nevermind we don't talk and she's never met my husband and hello? we were having sex before we got married so idk what her point was?)

Anyway, I texted her and asked her to leave me the hell alone. Well, first I asked her to talk because I was getting pissed and wanted to know why she was doing all this. She refused...told me when I could have a rational discussion without all the false accusations we could talk. Um, ok. Well, then I just told her I didn't care what the fuck she did just leave my name out of your mouth, leave me the hell alone. I deleted and blocked her and deleted anyone else that had ties with her on facebook, including some other family members. Well, she continued.

So, I got on my daughter's fb account (who was still friends with her at the time) and was looking at her wall one day because she's got pics of my kids all over it, acting like grandmother of the year *eye roll*. Under one pic, I see she's having a conversation...a very public conversation about how she hates her job and is actively looking for a new one. (she is allllllways complaining about that job-she worked in the education field)hmmmm.... I copied and pasted the whole conversation and emailed to the superintendant of the school and I said "Is it your policy for your employees to actively job search on a public social networking site? Maybe you should give this job to someone who actually wants it." SEND!

From that point on, I kept hearing how her boss was "fucking with her", writing her up for dumb shit, trying to get her to "take leave", telling her she brings too many personal problems to work, etc...she ended up getting suspended, then terminated ULTIMATELY for a separate incident BUT none of that stuff started happening until I sent that email. So, in a way, I feel I had a significant part in her demise. I'm normally not a vindictive person. I'm normally very nice. But, that shit felt good. That is my confession.

Posted by Anonymous on Dec. 1, 2013 at 1:07 PM
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GaleJ
by Silver Member on Dec. 1, 2013 at 1:18 PM
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I do not understand adults, and that's both of you in this scenario, acting like vindictive teenagers. That being said I can't imagine taking pleasure in anyone losing their job let alone actively contributing to that loss.

I am sorry for what she has done to you but this dynamic is immature and harmful to you as well as her and no good will come of this in the long run.
Anonymous
by Anonymous on Dec. 1, 2013 at 1:19 PM
*giggle*
Anonymous
by Anonymous on Dec. 1, 2013 at 1:19 PM
So childish.
rebeccarae
by Bec on Dec. 1, 2013 at 1:19 PM
Both are acting like juvenile children with hormonal rages. Its Facebook, can't handle it? Simply get off of it.
Boo.
by Bronze Member on Dec. 1, 2013 at 1:20 PM
You should probably never let the truth come out w this one. Best to keep that locked up.
Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Dec. 1, 2013 at 1:20 PM
Quoting GaleJ:

I do not understand adults, and that's both of you in this scenario, acting like vindictive teenagers. That being said I can't imagine taking pleasure in anyone losing their job let alone actively contributing to that loss.

I am sorry for what she has done to you but this dynamic is immature and harmful to you as well as her and no good will come of this in the long run.
trust me, if you knew what kind of person she is, you wouldn't feel bad for her. she doesn't need to be in charge of small children anyway.
bonitalilmama
by Silver Member on Dec. 1, 2013 at 1:20 PM

You sound like two of my family member. They will get their own sister fired from a job when feuding. That's one thing I will never do is play with someone else's money. I don't know her situation, I'm  too empathetic for that. I would be thinking what if she gets put out on the street and so on and so forth and feel guilty but I have very evil thoughts when someone pisses me off especially when they keep doing it so I don't blame you for taking action but I don't think I would actually go through the whole thing, it would be a thought though 

Anonymous
by Anonymous on Dec. 1, 2013 at 1:22 PM
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Paragraphs are your friend!

You all need to grow up, there was a better way to handle the situation.  Karma is a bitch & now that you did something wrong to someone else it will come back to you.  Doesn't matter if you feel justified or not.

Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Dec. 1, 2013 at 1:22 PM
Quoting Boo.:

You should probably never let the truth come out w this one. Best to keep that locked up.
only one person (the friend that told me everything that happened) and my husband know the truth. but that's why I posted it here...lol. i needed to tell someone. but, i think she knows i did something because she has blocked my daughter off fb now. *shrug*
blsdbyangel07
by Evil Food Lady on Dec. 1, 2013 at 1:23 PM
IMO you both seem childish and deserve the boot.
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