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Old 07-12-2018, 11:58 AM #1
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I apologise for laughing and re-telling that story . And for being a drunken oaf at your then man's gig. While I am here I think you have plenty of common sense and empathic/emotional intelligence. You are entitled to get stressed at your family!
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I understand why you half heartedly did the form for me. You had your own reputation to keep at work. I wasn't deserved of a glowing reference. I had to prove myself to get back on track. I had been in the psychiatric ward, after all. Your brother wasn't that jovial towards you either. But he didn't say nice things about anyone, I would say all the time.
Even though I had been unwell and needed to rest I kept my brain working by running and reading. I didn't watch a lot of morning tv, just a little at lunch.
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I would never have flooded the kitchen. I ran home in a blind panic thinking I had left the tap running and I had. I know you would have twisted the story into something or wasn't. My parents paid for everything in it- fridge, washing machine, cooker, microwave, tops and cupboards. I only needed another 1500 a year to get my name on the mortgage, I was a whisker away.
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Default Boy racer car isna broken so....

Dinna fix it. I broke your alarm that was an extra modification you made. You bought a new car, which was the sports model but a standard Astra. You said I ruined the electronics which was a flat out lie because this alarm fitting I broke was not wholly integrated with the rest of the system. It was an extra attached to the air con grill akin to an air freshner and wired to where it needed be but it could be disconnected very easily without affecting anything else. Liar. One of my brothers old girlfriends said that your brother treated his car better than his wife and kids. Sorry but I was never going to be your house wife. Did you not want me to get better? Were you afraid that I would leave you ?
Well like your fb says "IF if it isna broken dinna fix it"
Introducing me as this is "the bit of stuff" wasn't going to sit well with me. But I felt indebted to you. My family made me feel I owed you for not "running a 1000 miles in the other direction" after being unwell.

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Every one seemed to be in two minds about my breakdown. When we seen my aunt and her radiator pal In the pub when on a night they kept repeating that we all need a man like Fred. We need a man like Fred. This made me feel rotten like I wasn't worthy of some one "normal" now. If I had cancer they would have congratulated him for doing the right thing. But everyone EXPECTED him to leave. Not one person would have criticised him. Even though the doctor was more than positive I would get better and could still aim for a career and wondered if I still spoke to friends. I could go back to education and meet new people. Everyone thought Fred was a young man with his whole life ahead of him. Why should he stick by me? I never asked him to stay and that's the gods honest truth. I said I only wanted a friend.
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Default Andy Murray . It's ok, no hard feelings.

But it was ME who left Fred not the other way around. It's ok I get you were only trying to help by reading the listings in the paper where people posted adverts for pets that were for sale. You didn't know my back story or how deep I was in it. You don't need to say sorry. I saw Fred going to the pub on his own. I needed more time. And my family wanted clear of me. I had WAY bigger fish to fry than my social life. I needed to go back into rehab and sort out my head first. I was so lost. For six years I was a shadow of my formal self.

I said I couldn't wait to get away from this circus. The clients and other staff thought that you were/are very well suited to that job, I agree. I met some very dedicated people in such an important and under appreciated line of work. I told some new people on your team that you knew your stuff when you were the go to person to phone for the sheltered living accommodation.
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The bad stuff is easier to believe. It wasn't all bad though. Just two hot headed youngsters who had to work hard for most things in life.
You did say that my luck would change at some point, when we lived together. It was blatantly obvious I had overcome my problems, like air bubble said.
Part of me wanted a family and kids. I told some of the people on my college course that I wanted to be a better parent than mine were to me!
Not all of your posse were against you. You didn't even try and get back in touch after Bulgaria. No Facebook. No pool or football. I tried everything ! The guy in my year at school said that you told your mates that you wouldn't cheat because you loved your girlfriend.
Little and large thought I would be the first of our gang to settle down, get married and have kids with you. I said they could be my brides maids.
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The bad stuff is easier to believe. It wasn't all bad though. Just two hot headed youngsters who had to work hard for most things in life.
You did say that my luck would change at some point, when we lived together. It was blatantly obvious I had overcome my problems, like air bubble said.
Part of me wanted a family and kids. I told some of the people on my college course that I wanted to be a better parent than mine were to me!
Not all of your posse were against you. You didn't even try and get back in touch after Bulgaria. No Facebook. No pool or football. I tried everything ! The guy in my year at school said that you told your mates that you wouldn't cheat because you loved your girlfriend.
Little and large thought I would be the first of our gang to settle down, get married and have kids with you. I said they could be my brides maids.
I understand that you came from a big Family. You maybe didn't get as much attention as smaller units. I was close to my grandparents and you didn't have that. You would say you were proud and glad that you worked for eveything you got yourself yet you were angry at something or someone. You got no dinner money at all and went home and you never got to go to clubs like I did. Your parents loved you all to bits though . I couldn't have asked my mum to take my dvds back. Oh my days. It was me who did things for them not the other way around.
My parents had to screw the nut when my and my Bro were young but BOY they let us and everyone know that they could only get pished once a week. Never have kids my mum told everyone especially girls.
My Bro spent more time at his nan and grandas than at home because my parents were in the pub. And we didn't have a room to our selves. My mother pulled out all the stop to try and get a bigger council house. They saw straight through her lies. I hated her for it. She pretended to have depression but never had a doctors diagnosis.
I remember her popping her head around the neighbours door one day and saying "have a nice sleep now, while I go out and work to keep the Wolf from the door" She was only working part time! My neighbour would get drunk and told her she had nothing to be snobby about as she was evidently annoyed about what my mum said and she was made out to be the bad one, the whiskey made her a nasty piece of work. Well,I was a bone idle piece of cr^p and I am her daughter so you hardly stood a chance.
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Default Lies. That's all I knew.

My parents decided to re arrange the flat and split their biggest bedroom in two. My dad painted my brothers the dark rangers blue and I went for a really pale purple. My team mate had a laugh about it pointing out that the window was split in two and if you looked up it looked like one bedroom that was painted two different colours. It was so petty and I couldn't believe people were wasting their breathe gossiping about something so fickle.
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