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Re: Really want to know the truth? Dinah

Posted by lonelygirl on March 21, 2004, at 12:43:58

In reply to Re: Really want to know the truth? lonelygirl, posted by Dinah on March 21, 2004, at 9:04:56

Well, that isn't the kind of "betrayal" I am thinking about (as a matter of fact, I am the one who is probably going to be moving away, as I am graduating in May and probably moving back to my home state; either way, I can't go to the student health center any more after I graduate). If "life happens," as you put it, I may be unhappy or even upset about it, but I wouldn't consider it "stabbing me in the back." (I am not THAT unreasonable!)

I guess what I worry about more is that I am telling him all these things about myself and he is being nice to me, acting like he likes me, but he probably really hates me. Or if I tell him something that is meant to be private, but he uses it to report that I am "a danger to [my]self or others" and get me in trouble. Or even, the last time I see him, I tell him I will miss him and he just laughs in my face and says, "Too bad; I'm glad to get rid of you -- finally. Good riddance!" and then I would have been there trusting him all along only to find this out at the end.


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