• Boat Without A Sail

    by  • March 14, 2014 • * Safe for Work *, Co-Worker • 2 Comments

    Maybe I should have known. I was warned. But I never saw it coming. I paid the cautioning no attention. And now I’m here. Stuck in a three way pull. And it makes me wonder if there are more ropes around me. Pulling only slightly for the opportunity. Have I really been so dense? So unaware of my interactions that I missed this completely?

    Or have I always known. A little part of me. And tried to pay no mind to it. Made myself think I was being egotistic to assume such things. Only for them to be made clear.

    Does it change anything? Not even I know.

    2 Responses to Boat Without A Sail

    1. I know what you mean.
      March 14, 2014 at 3:05 pm

      It’s an awful situation. I’m stuck in a no way pull. I’m not able to move at all. It’s slowly destroying me. I’m going insane, because they don’t allow me to get in touch with them and seem to enjoy watching me suffer.

    2. @I know
      March 15, 2014 at 1:13 pm

      Maybe they don’t want contact because you rely on them too much. That’s a big assumption thinking they like to watch you suffer. Anyone who says no contact makes them feel insane I’d steer clear from. People think no contact is always a bad thing. It isn’t. No contact is a time to create distance, heal and gain perspective when shit turns toxic. No one owes anyone anything. Acting desperate to maintain contact is actually selfish and immature. If they gave you no closure then why want them around anyway? I’d suggest reading “Baggage Reclaim” the website.

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