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Re: 'Who doesn't want to kill the father?' Beckett

Posted by g_g_g_unit on February 27, 2012, at 6:25:51

In reply to Re: 'Who doesn't want to kill the father?' g_g_g_unit, posted by Beckett on February 25, 2012, at 9:39:12

> It sounds like your household is already broken. What is there to keep intact?

I don't know. Against my psychiatrist's advice, I feel like maybe I should just 'band-aid' things and give him the benefit of polite banter while working etc. I notice that when I'm nice to him, he's nicer back and it feels good. Then I'll make some stupid mistake and he'll reprimand me and I'll wonder why I even bothered.

The reason I try to give him *some* benefit of the doubt is because I suspect I may have problems with splitting. My love/hate for him turns on a dime, with every single action.

Oh, and I took the quote from "Ham on Rye", which is a novel, but thanks for posting that poem, it's chilling.




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