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Re: It's best to keep it to myself

Posted by fleeting flutterby on August 11, 2008, at 16:43:16

In reply to It's best to keep it to myself, posted by jammerlich on August 10, 2008, at 16:05:19

> It honestly is. My long lasting friendships are the ones where I've kept my secrets (and all the things that go with them) to myself.
> People say "you can tell me anything," "I'm not going anywhere, no matter what," and "I'm here for you even if you don't always make the best decisions;" but, no one has ever stuck to it. Ever. Yet, I've still let myself be gullible again and again. NO MORE!!!
> It sucks to have people out there with your secrets who aren't a part of your life anymore. Jammer is now a vault. Any secrets untold will die with her. It's for the best. Really.<<

-----Gosh I'm really sorry you've not had success with people and secrets. Me either. :o(

Maybe when people tell us "You can tell me anything" it's like when people ask "how are you today?".... they don't really want to hear all about how we are... just a quick response "Oh I'm fine"..... maybe that's what "You can tell me anything" is too...... they want simpler things like, "I find hardware stores boring"--

not involved things like "I hate hardware stores-- think it's because when I was 3 years old my much older brother took me at night and put me through the bathroom window of a hardware store and had me open the side door....then brother stold and the next day neighbors were saying how there are such horrible people to break into a hardware store... they were talking about me." :o(

guess most people don't care to hear the secret to the not liking hardware stores.... I try to keep things simple now....

hey, you can always share here or PM me.

wishing you peace





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