Dear AHA ACLS Class,
It is time we end our relationship and see other people. We both know that we have been just going through the motions for the past few years.
I wish I could use the cliché “it’s not you, it’s me,” but that would be lying. It is you.
You changed; you used to care about things like performance. Lately the only things you seem to care about are sitting in a dark room watching DVDs all day, the internet and making money.
You used to know right from wrong, now you say things like “Megacode testing is optional.” 
How can you say terrible, hurtful things like that? I can’t even imagine what you are trying to do by saying that.
These days I don’t even know who you are. You really let yourself go.
You used to have standards; you used to care about really making a difference in the world and holding people accountable. At the beginning of our relationship, years ago, you expected the most out of people and prepared them to perform. Now you are so damn apathetic and say things like, “whatever, they just need the card so they can work.” I feel like I don’t even know you anymore.
And that is the thing that really hurts, I know you are capable of doing much more than how things have been lately.
I hope we can remain friends.
PS: You can come by and pick up your DVDs when I’m at work.