I know this is probably going to sound juvenile so if you just feel the need to tell me that, just keep scrolling please.
Basically, I stumbled upon a wicked little Facebook group recently. It's not really a dedicated mother's group but its pretty much a group of mum's who come there to vent about their husbands, make jokes about their kids, talk about their sex lives (very candidly I might add), there's a lot of dark or crass humor and generally the mum's are bit non PC and very sweary lol. One of the only groups I've ever found without any sanctimonious Susans lol!
Aside from my childhood bestie, in real life i don't have a huge social circle, especially not many people I am that comfortable with or can have that sort of banter with, so it was nice to discover this small little corner of the internet, where I felt instantly welcomed where I could be 110% myself without reservations and talk very openly about things in my life.
I didn't tell/invite my best friend to this page for a few reasons.
A. Like I said, no one else on my friends list was part of this group and just felt like my place.
B. It's really not my friend's scene. She's quite conservative, wholesome, sweet and sensitive (and those are in no way bad qualities, they're what make her endearing and beautiful).
I absolutely love her to death and we're basically family.
Anyway, she found the group of her own accord. It's a private group but anyone can request to join.
Is it totally silly that I feel kind of sad/annoyed that my friend is now a member too?
I just mean, now I feel like I have to be guarded and watch what i say/share. It uses to be my safe place to talk about personal things in my life to impartial and objective people who don't know real life me.
Obviously I can't and never would ask her to leave "my group", I just kind of miss it being somewhere that kind of felt like a separate world, you know?