“I hate to say it, I hope I don’t sound ridiculous. I don’t know who this man is. I mean, he could be walking down the street and I wouldn’t know a thing. Sorry to this man.”

                                                                                    -Keke Palmer

We’ve all had to deal with a fake relationship at least once in our life times. I’m not just talking about “boyfriend/girlfriend”, I’m referring to fake friendships as well. These types of relationships usually occur when a manipulative person realizes how easy it is to capture a person with a big heart.

People with big hearts tend to see the ‘good’ in everyone, so they fall victim to the manipulators. These relationships (including friendships) start off normal. Then, all of a sudden the person with the big heart continuously gives money and support to these evil people with nothing in return.

The next thing you know, you don’t hear from them in a while. They completely shut you out until they need you again. This will be months later.

The cycle repeats.

So how do you get over these types of relationships?

It’s simple.

Forget their existence. 

In more urban terms/phrases… 

“Sorry To That Man/ I Don’t Know Her”

Keke Palmer and Mariah Carey used both of these popular memes/phrases to describe people that they never heard of or simply do not associate themselves with. Take these points into consideration:

  1. Exclude these people out of your lives
  2. Be more cautious about who you give your time to
  3. If others bring them up, ignore/ do not associate with them.
  4. Give yourself time to heal before finding a new friend or significant other.

Relationship (including friendship) breakups can be hard. It’s specifically hard on the person with the big heart, since they were the ones being used.

Follow those four points above, and watch your relationship life improve.