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Re: Jury Duty - Never mind

Posted by AuntieMel on June 10, 2005, at 17:08:17

In reply to Jury Duty - Never mind, posted by fallsfall on June 10, 2005, at 12:06:37

Why the 'never mind?'

I'm trying to line up the duckies

He wrote a note because you asked him to. At the time you asked for it there were lots of other stressful things coming up - Chicago, graduation, conference .....

Those things are over and you now feel like you could handle it. In fact, you *want* to do it - for a lot of reasons.

That seems like reasonable grounds to change your decision.

In fact, I don't see any problem with changing short term decisions based on new circumstances. It's the long terms that should be thought out first and changed less easily.

But without therapy? I think you could do it. But I bet if you got into a bind and called him he'd try to find a way to get you in or talk to you on the phone.

I think you are stronger than you give yourself credit for.




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