posted March 21st, 2023 at 6:45 PM
How much of a clown loser you have to be to spend all your time negatively obsessing over someone. This is beyond pathetic. Get a fucking life.
posted March 21st, 2023 at 6:45 PM
Dan offers some advice on where she might find it.
We met at Trinity B.C. you asked me a question about forgiveness and I gave you an answer which...
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Mar 23, 2023 at 2:41am
1) you're accusing the other of the very thing you're doing
2) you're a sore loser
3) stop hitting on and obsessing over gay men you can't have when you have a spouse you're neglecting
4) follow your own advice
5) get a puppy if you want attention
6) responding is too easy, has zero emotional effort, and frankly is increasingly boring , so I'm not checking back ;)
Funny this post feels so reverse to poster
Mar 23, 2023 at 4:57am
How much time one must spend reading said obsessive posters posts, which may be in fact a friendless loser with only here to vent because most of this world is just as judgemental as you appear to be!
... she says whilst posting
Mar 23, 2023 at 10:01am
Obsessively. One, two how many of these this did you post OCD?
Get over yourself
Mar 23, 2023 at 3:20pm
They're likely obsessing over someone else by now.
Mar 23, 2023 at 3:36pm
You're here anonymously posting this negative toxic crap for everyone to read. You need to stop being the loser clown, and you need to get a life. More importantly you need to grow up, and start take accountability for your negative behavior towards other people.
Mar 24, 2023 at 8:35pm
Someone hit a nerve, what are you afraid of that everyone is going to read?
Like the other post said, guy, especially points 1 & 4. You're only making yourself look bad.
What the clown likely says
Mar 24, 2023 at 8:53pm
You're the one that keeps looking for signs of them, summoning them back and hanging on to them. Stop thinking about them, then, if you feel the way you do.
Let go, child.
You elicit pity
Mar 28, 2023 at 5:19pm
The reason you are angry is because there is a deeper feeling that you don't like, because it reminds you of consequences for your deliberate deception and it's easier to blame others than to accept the truth of who was responsible for what. That feeling you have...that anger... is borne out of guilt, a feeling you know is there for a very good reason. It is your conscience prodding you relentlessly because you know that everything that you have encountered has been the accumulative blowback to every moment created and initiated solely by you. I'm just reflecting your actions back for you. I'm reflecting truth.
Much of this whole situation that you choose to complain about has been the cumulative result of your insistence to micromanage relationship interactions to a fault. You let your lack of trustworthiness and your insecurities poison straightforward communication. Very little that you have done during our relating has been mature or positive.
That guilt that angers you will continue until you accept your responsibility, so it's not the other, it's you. Taking responsibility means accepting and apologizing for how you created the situation for your own personal entertainment without thought of the impact on the other, how you have treated the other, how you sabotaged rather than respected mature dialogue, how you used every person in your life for personal fulfillment without caring about their feelings, and how you disrespected yourself by living a lie.
Anger will not get rid of the past or your impact, especially when that anger is misplaced. If you want peace, you will need to apologize for every deliberate misstep you made and, if you want freedom, you will ultimately need to let go once you deliver those apologies.
Think long and hard about every word; that guilt and those feelings aren't leaving until you take responsibility, kid.
Mar 28, 2023 at 9:18pm
Welcome to my life..
@ You elicit pity
Mar 29, 2023 at 6:21pm
I don’t know what your situation is or whether you’re using this post as an outlet to express frustration at someone who wronged you.
I do want to say, though, that anger is an important emotion. I think it is worthy of standing alone, without having to be labeled as a secondary emotion borne of guilt.
If you examine your emotions a bit further, you might find that you have a lot of anger too. And that’s some good fire to light the next leg of your journey to self-discovery.
Don’t fear anger. Learn to interpret all it is trying to tell you about being human in an unjust world.
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