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cmpm

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Re: A change I've seen in the forum
« Reply #50 on: March 17, 2012, 07:12:53 PM »
I think many people can't find the proper places to 'vent'.
Or not wanting to get involved in such sites.
So it comes out here where they hang out mostly. I think.

I'd say most everyone here has been screwed over in one way or another.
Personally I have had to deal with some major issues that included multiple other issues.
They overlap into everything, it seems.

Hanging with the same crowd, these things are bound to come up occasionally.
If we could nail down the cause or problem, that could help redirect our thinking.
And not 'project' our own thoughts into what someone may say.
But, look a little closer at our selves and see how we receive what is said without making snap posts.

I still have to deal with some things more than I want to.
Some say 'get over it'.
To that (and not them) I say fuck you in my mind....usually.

There is no getting over some things, temporarily, yes, and some things have died.
But overall it haunts me, because I remember and associate, poorly sometimes.
And it comes out wrong when some buttons are pushed.

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Re: A change I've seen in the forum
« Reply #51 on: March 17, 2012, 09:45:53 PM »
cmpm,

I won't tell you to "get over it". Most of us have probably had our own issues and I don’t think that we ever really "get over" anything; we learn to keep them as a part of us, because everything we go through does become us in a manner of speaking. We find a place to keep these things and we go forward, as there is no other way to go. We don’t get over, but we do learn and we move on. I do that and I am sure that all here have also, in some way.

Hang in there!

Jim

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Re: A change I've seen in the forum
« Reply #52 on: March 18, 2012, 10:01:05 AM »
Thanks J-Mac.
Some things are truly burnt out of my life,
other things, not yet.

My point is when people hang out long enough together,
there is going to be things that happen.
To know how to handle or when to drop a matter is an art I believe.

Especially with a forum on the net where meanings are misunderstood.
Just by the very nature of typed words and not face to face conversations.


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Re: A change I've seen in the forum
« Reply #53 on: March 18, 2012, 03:57:10 PM »
Are we breaking up?  Can we still be friends?