Sunday, April 18, 2010

Some people don't know when to stop.

I thought once I got out of junior high school I wouldn't have to worry about immature people trying to make me miserable. But, alas, I have been proven wrong ... and at the age of 35. I guess some people just don't know when to stop. Resorting to "exposing" my private life on my blog is really the last straw. Advertising something very important and intimate to me that I would like to keep private is the way this "someone" is trying to hurt me. Very immature. And even surprising. The only way I can stop his self destructive behavior is by deleting this blog.

My questions to you, perpetrator:

Have you thought about the consequences of your actions? Or why I might want to keep some things private? Do you know how many aspects of my life this could impact? Have you considered that I have close friends and even family members that I would like to talk to? In your reckless quest to hurt me, have you considered how many other people you are hurting? Of course not. You only know how to think about one person: yourself.

It makes me sad that you would stoop to such levels, especially considering the seriousness and importance of the situation. The only positive thing to come from this is that I found out sooner than later what kind of person you truly are. Your heart is not in the right place. And I don't know where your mind is. You really should try exercising some kind of discretion.

A man has no more character than he can command in a time of crisis.
-- Ralph W. Sockman

1 comment :

chew it up or spit it out: