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My heart hurts

Not literally, of course, or I'd be in the hospital and I'm not sure our hospital has wi-fi.

Without going into a lot of detail, one of the situations which is weighing heavily upon me (and yes, I know the South Beach lackluster results fit perfectly here!) is that someone I'm close to has hurt me.

She's going through a tough time right now. She doesn't have all the facts. She lashed out at me, I've accepted responsibility and apologized and I haven't heard a word since.

This is so reminiscent of the friendship that was lost a year ago. Except last year I was so speechless and I really had nothing to apologize for. This time I did.

This is a time to chant to myself: WWCD, WWCD, WWCD. "C" was my AA sponsor, who died last May. She would tell me that this person is going through a tough time and doesn't have all the facts. She would tell me I've done what I was supposed to do. She would tell me to Let It Go.

So I will.

Comments

Mindy said…
Sending you a gentle hug and a sincere hope your heart will soon hurt less.
denise said…
So sorry you are going through this. Hopefully when the other person is in a better place she will see things differently an fences can be mended. Fingers crossed for a more positive outcome from this situation than your previous one.

Meanwhile, your blog friends are here for you!
Debbi said…
Thank you both so much ...

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