• Walking Talking Contradiction

    by  • November 19, 2014 • To You • 4 Comments

    Example 1: “Hey, let’s not live in the past shall we?” (When I brought up something I needed help working through you stopped me and said that to me.) And yet the first thing you talk about the first time in years I’m in front of you is stuff I did to hurt you in the past. But what did I do? I apologized and worked those things through for you.

    Example 2: You contact me out of the blue after months of silence talking about me crossing boundaries. You were the one crossing boundaries saying you were never over me. You were the one saying boundary busting stuff when I had left you alone for months. Not only that, you prefaced all this by saying you want to talk and when I make time you forget to tell me you’re going on a vacation and I’M busting YOUR boundaries by wondering where you are and telling you that’s inconsiderate?

    You treat me like my feelings are inconvenient and annoying. Well fuck you buddy. And you wonder where all this wrath comes from? I have never ever asked for anything but for you to not be such a flagrant, selfish asshole. Quit fueling the fire.

    I love you to death, but I can never talk to you until you go back to being human. It’s so apparent (and you told me) that the way you’ve chosen to live your life these past years has changed you into someone I don’t know. That’s fine. I’ve had no choice but to accept that. And part of that is me changing as well.

    Intentionally, unintentionally it doesn’t matter anymore. This whole thing hurt me. And you chose to keep doing that by trying to interact with me about bullshit. I’ve had enough bullshit. You had no problem looking out for yourself and forgetting about me. I’m not like you okay? So for the love of God just don’t ever come back.

    4 Responses to Walking Talking Contradiction

    1. Anonymous
      November 22, 2014 at 5:01 pm

      He is a narcissist. Read the Psychopath Free website or Lisa E. Scott’s forum. Good luck!

    2. author
      November 22, 2014 at 7:09 pm

      Been there done that @anonymous. Actually it’s something else that’s been verified by a doctor. I’d be careful faux diagnosing people on here.

    3. Socrates
      November 23, 2014 at 10:44 am

      This advice always makes sense.

    4. ...knowledge helps
      November 23, 2014 at 10:50 am

      to know how little we know…

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