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[Jul. 15th, 2002|02:02 pm]
Nchanter
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ever feel like something is falling apart? ever feel like even if you tried, you couldn't stop it? i think that's what's happening here. i'm sorry. i fucked up, and i don't think i can fix it. and yes i'm too scared to try.



for anyone who's been wondering i've been in a wicked quasi anti-social mood lately. i don't know why. so i've been seeing even less people than usual. it's not personal.
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[User Picture]From: exlevan
2002-07-15 11:11 am (UTC)
I think Kris needs chocolate. Lots of chocolate. I bid you to go eat chocolate. GO!!! Shoo!!! Eat chocolate!!!
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From: dogoncouch
2002-07-15 02:44 pm (UTC)
Trust me, I know what that's like. Hope you feel better.
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From: emperorturill
2002-07-16 09:16 am (UTC)
If something is falling apart, you invariably have two options:

1) Seek to repair the situation through any and all means available
2) Abandon the situation

The first option is the harder one since it requires all parties involved to work beyond the emotional aspects of the problem and really address what the issue at hand is. This can often be hideously time consuming and comes with a lot of pain, hurt, recrimination and so forth. However, if all parties involved truly value said situation, it will resolve itself in a meaningful way that will allow for some sort of closure to the argument. Don't be afraid to try and follow this option if you think that the other person(s) care.

The second option might be considered by many to the easier one since it involves simply walking away. However, this comes with its own baggage. How do you replace the void you've just created. What will you now miss out on? Can you build another relationship with the person(s) involved?

If this "something" is really worth it, do everything you can to preserve it. Special things should be cherished and held close.

That is all.

< returns to standing in the corner and looking cryptic >
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[User Picture]From: nchanter
2002-07-16 01:24 pm (UTC)

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hi
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