• Hindsight is 20/10…

    by  • April 30, 2014 • Trust • 2 Comments

    But if you had been honest with me at the beginning, I would have said that it was ok with me. I guess you didn’t know me very well then, but you instead chose to chop my balls off and then you wondered why I kept acting like a little bitch. It’s sad, because you could have gotten exactly what you wanted through honesty, and instead you got it through deceit.

    2 Responses to Hindsight is 20/10…

    1. Wow author
      September 1, 2014 at 10:23 am

      that last sentence just kills me. so applicable to my situation.

    2. author
      September 1, 2014 at 11:01 am

      @wow, glad you could relate. What it came down to for me was that I started asking myself how I could believe my person when they said they loved me, and yet everything else I was told was a lie. I tried to cobble together hairbrain theories to reconcile the two. That didnt work. I started believing alternatively nothing and everything. The contradiction became more pronounced, and many faulty assumptions were made that directly influenced my behavior. It took me a long, long time. But I finally figured out the truth. Not because they had the courage or integrity to tell me on their own. But because even the best lies have an expiration date. Eventually I realised my person just lied whenever it was convenient or when it would be beneficial. I tried so hard to get them to just start being honest with me for once. To undo the damage that had been caused through their deceit. To no avail. I had to walk away for good. There is no love without trust. Anyways @wow I hope this helps. Good luck!

    Leave a Reply