The problem with most people is that they take each other for granted. The truth is, the majority of us are not walk away when we have done something wrong. It’s just a matter of our behavior and how we respond to each other.
The problem is that we’ve all been on the receiving end of each other’s actions. Its often a problem of a single bad decision and a subsequent wave of reactions. When we walk away from someone we’ve done something wrong, we immediately feel bad, and the next thing we know we’re having a bad day. We feel bad because we’ve behaved badly that we feel guilty.
We also all walk away from the same person we were trying to talk to and say “Well, I didn’t mean anything by it.” While this may be true in the case of a breakup, it doesn’t apply when you’re walking away from someone who is still trying to help you. Walk away from a person who is trying to be helpful, but still not getting what you want.
So when you break up with a person, it doesnt mean all the trouble and hurt and anger and anxiety and sadness and heartache that comes with it. But you are still hurting. It doesnt matter that youve made up and forgiven. He still is hurting.
And I say this as someone who has literally been in a fight or two with people who think they can break up with me. These kind of people, they just dont ever want to get back together. They will always be on high alert, on guard as if theyve been watching me carefully and waiting for a threat to show up. Thats when you need your friends, not your parents, to walk out of the room.
But you know what? Ive never been the type to get into a fight, so I dont really know. But yeah, that doesnt help either.
I have to say I agree with this. You need to talk to your parents before you do something like this. I think you will have to wait until you get your finances in order first though.
Actually, I have a friend who is a good friend of mine who has a very similar problem. He just recently had his house robbed by a group of four men. Two of his cousins were killed, one of them was his best friend, while one of the robbers was actually his brother. They took the safe and the jewelry from his home and left. But they did take his cell phone, his laptop, and the car that he used to drive his business.
He hasn’t been able to get the robbers to go to jail, but he has tried to get them to leave town. But this is such a huge problem that he’s not even sure what to do. He says that he’s going to walk away and try to get them to contact him back with an apology.
Sounds like a pretty reasonable request. But how do you do it? Walk away? How do you do that? It sounds like a terrible idea, and it’s pretty obvious that the plan of action is just to take it all away from them.