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Cannot win for losing.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

I just cannot win for losing. I spend a year and a half being pleasant to a very aggressive person who yells AT everyone. I yell back once on a bad day and ..... I am put in coventry. That means she will not speak to me and some of her friends and angry with me too.
I have talked to my friends and they say consider the source. I need to let go and allow God to work in her life without interference from me.
I bought her a plant and wrote an apology but she will not accept them.
I wrote I would never do it again. She will not look at me and runs away when I come into the room. I think she is mentally in trouble.
Maybe I need to stay away from her. No I really need to avoid her except when I must to do my job or to ask her to do hers.
I am afraid she might try to hurt me. She has been very vindictive to others in the past.
I do not even remember the incident.
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    Sounds to me like this lady has issues. You are not the source. She must lead a sad life :(
    2708 days ago
    There are some personalities that are toxic and no matter what you do they will not change. And being around them will not help you, it really does rub off. Think about her life and how unhappy she really must be. Then say a prayer for her.
    2708 days ago
    If someone has a problem with me, then they have the problem and I have to not let them make it my problem. This person has some serious issues.
    2709 days ago
    Yes, let go and let God. I am sure the situation will redeem itself, but maybe not right away. I (personally) would not dwell on it, if she runs away from you, let her go.

    She will wake up one day and wonder WHY?

    Stay strong.
    2709 days ago
  • AMAS92568
    I feel your frustration. Don't let this person control your feelings. Hang in there.
    2709 days ago
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