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Re: How he can flip the switch:

Posted by Fivefires on September 21, 2008, at 20:08:40

In reply to Re: How he can flip the switch: Just Me33, posted by susan47 on September 19, 2008, at 13:59:42

Something my therapist brought up Just Me33, ... if you were raised in a fam' w/ say 3,4,5 siblings, it is much harder to live alone when you 'grow up'. I had four sibs, two parents.

This makes some sense. I don't like being alone at all, well ... maybe a couple days reprieve froma fam', but living alone constantly, nope, yet here I am doing this.

(He came and left this morning. I can't believe he had the nerve. I told him 'no more' a week or more ago.)

The little lies, the thing he says will do and doesn't, the quite frankly stingyness(sp?) of gifts, the missing item, maybe my pills, once $, tricks ... moving things around in my house.

These things hurt and hurt and hurt until your your heart is beaten and battered and can hardly lift you up.

Your head knows this is wrong, but your a person w/ a good heart and you believe or want to believe others have them as well and you keep giving them another chance to change, but it's a sad fact 'many do not'.

Sometimes feel suffering from nothing else but a broken heart syndrome.

hang in there; know it's hard, 5f




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