March 10, 2009 04:44 PM PDT
I'm still working on that, myself.
March 10, 2009 08:49 PM PDT
March 11, 2009 08:44 AM PDT
To Suckit: you poor thing that you hurt so badly you feel compelled to hurt others with bitter remarks. Did that make you feel better? Probably not. Get help.
Anjelle, my sweetheart, you know who you are and what's in your heart. Some people thrive on drama. Those people can and will inject drama into any situation. It's a plea for attention. It's a classic display of envy and an attempt to force their beliefs on others no matter how wrong they may be. It's a distortion of their life force. They deserve our compassion because they are trapped in a prison called pain, rage and bitterness to which only they have the key to freedom. So tragic. And hardest of all to remember is that how someone treats us says more about them than it does about us. When someone's response to anything is drama it's because THEIR own issues have been triggered. Once we know that, it makes it a little easier to understand their behavior but unfortunately doesn't make tolerating it any easier.
Like I said, you know who you are and where your heart is. It's not easy but try to keep your head on straight while other's around you are losing theirs. You're a good woman and you continue to grow. Strive to stay on your path. It's ok to drift now and then but try not to let anyone drag you off that path into the muck and more of their drama. Best to try to side step their polluted potholes of emotion.
Oh, and by the way, I adore you, precious friend. But then, you know that.
March 12, 2009 09:12 PM PDT
That's what crazy people say. Double up on therapy, its not working.
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