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a passionate repentance



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may God stand
You know, if I had any brains at all, I'd be dangerous.

If I knew how to put this behind one of those cut things I would. I don't so be warned, this is all full of angst and stuff.

Misunderstanding of the classic kind. Person A says "Blah blah." Person B (being moi) takes offense, and is hurt. Somehow (and don't *ask* me how) it goes from misunderstanding to misunderstanding fixed to Person A is a terrible person and is going away now. And person B feels like a schmuck.
Not only that (but wait, there's more!) I said "Maybe I should stop doing this if it creates this problem." I didn't *want* to stop doing that. But I was hurt and angry and frankly I was horrified that I'd given the impression that I was bullying someone.

Have since reversed that, said I did NOT want to stop doing this thing, and indeed wanted to go on, but that may not be an option open to me, now. My protestations may or may not have fallen on deaf ears. And only me to blame.
  • :: hugs you :: Definitely you are not a bully, m'love. Let me know if there's any way I can help. If person A or B (I kind of lost track, but it's early) is an e-person, I'd be happy to be the bearer of olive branches and doves.

    If that's not an option, then I simply offer hugs and sweet thoughts and much love.
  • In my experience...

    Blame usually works in two directions, whether intended or not.

    Don't be afraid to reach out to that person and try again. Most true friends are always willing to try, try, try again, in spite of getting hurt or confused. And that person is probably wondering and feeling guilty, too, and probably wouldn't mind clearing it all up.

    Love you, my friend.
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