Sunday, May 15, 2005

I didn't want to be mean about it, but I didn't have one good word to say - West L.A. Fadeaway

I've been proud to say that I have no regrets. This is not true. This is a lie and I've just now realized it. It's not about "closure" it's about doing the right thing. I left an 8 year relationship without bitterness but I couldn't find anything nice to say. Now that I want to say it, the opportunity is gone. I won't beat myself up about it. That won't change a thing. But I am disappointed in myself because I know that is not who I am. I thought I left knowing who I was. I was wrong.


Blogger Spyder said...

It's possible that you are no longer that same person that left.

9:06 PM  
Blogger The Complimenting Commenter said...

It's good to know when we are wrong, that way we can live better in the future. Insightful thinking.

As to your previous question on my blog - "Are you a minister, CC?"

No I am not. But interesting thought. The church sign is just something I found online. Anyone can create the saying on it. I think it's like But I'm not sure.

2:36 AM  
Blogger suzawanda said...

Wounds take much time to heal from the inside out....bitterness is a natural reaction when we feel we've been mistreated or wronged...forgive yourself as you did the best you could. Nothing lasts forever.......unless the hard work of exposing our flaws is mastered in a delicate loving way...and the two people are up to the task or on the same wavelength...loves a crapshoot....ya win some, ya lose some...someone once told me, a woman, "It's ONLY a relationship", you're still you....precious you...

10:20 PM  
Anonymous Jamey Brees said...

It''s quite impressive.

9:05 AM  

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