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

Posted by g_g_g_unit on February 27, 2012, at 6:40:56

In reply to Re: 'Who doesn't want to kill the father?' g_g_g_unit, posted by sigismund on February 25, 2012, at 11:08:21

> >He thinks I don't talk to him because I'm depressed.
> He must feel a bit more than that, musn't he? Wouldn't he feel your anger? He would have to be blind to miss it. He could be of course.

It's hard to say. After the first 6 weeks of working for him, and totally ignoring him, he finally confronted me and (in all sincerity) asked me whether I liked it or not. I would've thought that it would be apparent that I didn't, given that a) I'm 26 and living at home, which is bad enough already, b) I was forced into it, and c) we have nothing in common and have barely ever had a speaking relationship, so what did he suddenly expect to happen.

He also asked me why I'm so quiet around him and my mother, but can speak to my 'girlfiend' on Skype for so many hours at a time.

I thought those two experiences reflected a lack of insight - or culpability - on his part.




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