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Re: When there's no place to focus upset Racer

Posted by sleepygirl on March 7, 2006, at 14:56:57

In reply to When there's no place to focus upset, posted by Racer on March 7, 2006, at 13:20:37

Good question, really good question. I tend to try to understand everyone's perspective's realistic I guess to know that people are limited, bound by their own experiences and understanding, all that
It's hard to be angry at someone you love - of course you can be angry, but (for me) that darn guilt creeps up along side it, and then I don't know who to be angry at.There's always a "but", if you know what I mean... "but" they didn't understand, "but" they did the best they could....
well yeah, I guess that might be true, but for a helpless child in pain it doesn't do much
I guess anger then finds a place to go, misdirected, but somewhere, anywhere not to feel that horrible helpless feeling
This is a big topic isn't it?
I could go on and on. In my experience people have been terribly disappointing (not all of them, but a lot), and I wish someone could have had some good and decent sense.
I guess I don't have a clue so I'll read what others wrote now. ;-)




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