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Re: Forced Termination - Dory ForeverWounded

Posted by Dory on August 31, 2007, at 22:34:24

In reply to Re: Forced Termination and Hatred - Dori, posted by ForeverWounded on August 31, 2007, at 16:03:17

> "It isn't your birthright to suffer for his poor decisions."
> Are you sure it is not my birthright? It sure feels this way. And how can I NOT suffer from his poor decisions. I am already suffering from his poor decisions and only foresee that I will continue to suffer from his decision, poor or not. I do not see how it is avoidable.

i wish i had a way i could tell you that would divert the pain you are in. What i meant by that statement was not that this was avoidable, but that it was not deserved. Pain isn't your birthright, and even if something cannot be avoided it does not make it something you deserve. i hope i did not offend you.

> "i agree that it's horrid and wrong for a T to do what he is doing. There are so many ways he could have helped you and i can't imagine why he would be so blind to your strong attachment. That was the one thing i did give my old T sh*t for... he should have"
> I am a little unclear - do you think my strong attachment to him is wrong, or the way he is handling it?

oh god no.. your attachment is in NO way wrong. i am so sorry to have given you that idea. He has been blind if he hasn't understood it. He is handling it badly all around. i do hope that is more clear. i was trying to say that from your post it is very clear how powerfully attached you are, he surely must have known too... i just can't wrap my head around how or why he would either not know, or choose this path if he did. Make no mistake, i don't think you have done anything wrong at all.
> Thank you for your help and encouragement. I want to go look for that poster that you mentioned now. I hope things are going better for you now.
> Yours truly,
> ForeverWounded

generally yes, but immediately no. i am struggling through a painful issue with my T. it's going to be a long and very difficult weekend.

please accept my sincere apologies for any distress my words might have caused.




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