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I think I finally understand how Gollum from Lord of the Rings must have felt when his two personalities were arguing.
Part of me wants to ask what I did wrong, what I can do to fix things. That part of me wants us all to be friends again.
Then another part of me could care less, thinks that I was always too good for the friendship. That part of me wants to just start yelling at her.
I think the violent side is beating the submissive side at the moment, and I'm not sure if I even think that is a bad thing anymore.
That's a tough place to be. Generally when I get that frustrated, I go for a walk or a stomp around campus to work off some steam, and I think about what it's like on the other person's side of the story. Then when I'm sufficiently calmed down, I sit with them, and actually ask them their side of the story, and try to find the middle ground.
Keeping friends is generally a good thing...
Just my advice....
"What has it got in it's pocketses?"
Haha, I like the quote. And I would usually agree that keeping friends is a good thing, but I really don't think it is worth it in this case. She has been a bitch to me most of the year, and I really don't think I did anything to deserve it. And after next month I will probably never see her again in my life.
your entry reminds me a lot of my life right now, except i'm on the other side. i'm like the "her" you're talking about...minus the bitch part.