… when you realize your ex was a fucktard and will never change and your relationship trouble with him was probably not all your fault but mostly because he was off his rocker. :D
My major goal in life is to not be a shitty person to the people close to me. It would be sad if all I did was bring depression and hatred everywhere I went. So let’s bring happiness and sunshine :D
Five minutes on my news feed brings up multiple conversations about the recent misogynistic hate crime here in the U.S. Almost every one of those conversations gets derailed by comments like:
"I’m just playing devil’s advocate, but…"
“One man did this, not MEN. You can’t lump all of us together…”
“Because of the actions of one man, I am told to sit down, shut up, and solve this problem…”
“The issue of inequality in our society is discrimination against men which is unacknowledged…”
A man went on a killing spree to punish women for daring to refuse to let him screw them. Countless women are speaking out about their own experiences of being threatened, harassed, stalked, intimidated, and assaulted by men for the “crime” of saying no. And you as a guy want to make the conversation about your hurt feelings?
First off, before you start up with your “not all men!” crap, please pay attention to the fact that pretty much nobody is saying “all men” in the first place. And second, the fact that you’re more worried about your hurt feelings than you are about the very real epidemic of physical and emotional violence committed by men against women? That the murder of women is less important than your bruised ego?
YOU. ARE. THE. PROBLEM.
The bitchiest thing my ex has ever told me was, “Well, you’re used to failure. So it shouldn’t be a problem for you.” What an asshole. I’m not used to failure. I’ve had a rough spot. It’s still distressing and frustrating. And I’ll be getting myself out of this situation without your help, thank you very much.Blogs are therapeutic. :D
"It’s the time you’ve spent on your rose that makes your rose so important."