Folder of unsent emails grows

After over a year of silence, P. and I started emailing in January.  At first I was hearing from him quite often. However,  lately his responses have become farther and farther apart.  With every absence, another “fuck you” unsent email is saved in my draft folder.  That draft folder is growing.  There are drafts in there from over 2 years ago.   In those draft emails are words wrapped in hurt, anger, disappointment and pain.  They contain all the words, thoughts and feelings that I should throw at P.  He deserves every single razor blade cutting word.  Yet, I don’t send them…it’s so screwed up.  Just looking in that folder, I can see the torment I’ve put myself through and why? Why? WHY?

When we first started emailing again, P. said all the right things.  I wanted to believe him, believe in him and even believe that I wasn’t played all these years.   When I voiced my doubt,  he knew just what to say.  I fell for it all over again.  I let my guard down.  Now that his correspondence have been getting farther and farther apart….I don’t even know.  I’m so fucking pissed at him, yet I’m not.  But, I don’t know that I can keep doing this. Something is missing that was once there.

We finally got a brief chance to talk on the phone last week and he told me not to go to that dark place.  I told him he makes it easy to go there.  More reassuring words blah, blah, blah and when the call ended I was encouraged that we would be talking again soon.  He is also supposed to be coming up here for work and he mentioned getting together….1st time in 3 years.

Yet here we are a week later and all I hear are birds chirping….and another “fuck you” email is saved to the draft folder.  It so easy to let the hurt and anger consume me.   Pathetic.

 

 

 

Gallbladder..you suck

I’ve been dealing with intermittent upper abdominal discomfort for a couple of months and finally have an answer….which isn’t always a great thing.  My gallbladder is not functioning…0%.  I don’t have any stones or inflammation, it just doesn’t function.

Now I’m someone who needs to know and understand everything.  It’s annoying to many and I am a doctor’s worst nightmare.  So why is’t it functioning?  Can it start functioning?  Is this really the source of my problems?  Is surgery really necessary?  Will surgery fix all the symptoms?  Is this a primary problem or secondary to another issue that hasn’t been discovered? etc etc

My primary dr, who is now annoyed with me for questioning her treatment plan, insists surgery is the only answer.  When I asked about other seemingly unrelated issues, she simply responds…remove the gallbladder and if the other symptoms don’t go away after 3-4 weeks post-op, we’ll see if something else is going one.

Me…blank stare  ah, seriously?!?!

Fortunately, the surgeon recommended against surgery at this time.  My naturopathic dr thinks I can wait on surgery as well.  Both agree that absent of stones, inflammation and pain that is interrupting my life, surgery is not the best solution at this time and may cause other issues.  Welll…I’m not trying to trade one problem for another.

But….I’m still conflicted by all of this and all of the volumes of research I have done.  I’m developing new symptoms that may be internalized anxiety about all of this.  BTW, the gallbladder is sensitive to stress.  Well….that’s going to be a problem.

I really don’t have time to deal with this crap….gallbladder you suck.

This song….

There is a line in this song that hits my heart hard. 

When is the first time I’ll never see you again…”.  

I wish I knew when we said goodbye in the parking lot, it was the first time I would never see him again. I had no idea there was a train barreling down the track and getting ready to slam into me.

3 Door Down – Goodbyes

There’s so much that I would say if I could see you one last time.
But now I can’t ’cause you’re not here but you’re always on my mind.
When I look up and you’re not there, when I lie awake at night
All these things I ask myself and I don’t know why.


(When it’s the first time)
When is the first time that you’ll never see someone again?
(When it’s the last time)
When it’s the last time you weren’t ready for it to end?
When will I leave you standing alone there in the dark?
(It’s never easy)
They’re never easy but sometimes, goodbyes are so hard, they’re so hard.

When it’s the first time that you’ll never see someone again?
When it’s the last time you weren’t ready for it to end?
When will I leave you standing alone there in the dark?
They’re never easy but sometimes goodbyes are so hard, they’re so hard.

I look ahead but can’t move on, I look back but I can’t stay.
And I keep tryin to be strong, but this pain, it won’t go away.
And I hope this will heal in time ’cause I can’t go on like this,
And right now I would give my life for one last kiss.


(When it’s the first time)
When is the first time that you’ll never see someone again?
(When it’s the last time)
When it’s the last time you weren’t ready for it to end?
When will I leave you standing alone there in the dark?
(It’s never easy)
They’re never easy but sometimes, goodbyes are so hard, they’re so hard.

You’ll be there on my mind, standing in the sunshine.

(When it’s the first time)
When it’s the first time that you’ll never see someone again?
(When it’s the last time)
When it’s the last time you weren’t ready for it to end?
When will I leave you standing alone there in the dark?
(It’s never easy)
They’re never easy but sometimes, goodbyes are so hard, they’re so hard.

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If You Are In It, Be In It

Time for me to make a choice and I am choosing to be in it. I’m very slowly figuring out that it is really less complicated to “be in it” that half in and half out.

Ethereal Wellness Counseling

images… otherwise get OUT of it.

There’s NO in between. This is especially true of our romantic relationships. If you are in one, BE IN IT and make it work, otherwise get out of it and move on.

Complaining about your relationship will not make it better.

Staying and cheating does not make it better.

Wishing you were with someone else will not make it better.

Trying to change that person will not make it better.

The only thing that will make it better is a genuine commitment to healing by BOTH parties. There are 2 people in the relationship and BOTH have to commit to working on it.

If both parties are NOT willing, there isn’t any hope. Time to leave.

Don’t kid yourself. Don’t hold on and hope things will change. Change ONLY happens when both parties work together. Where is your relationship? Can the other person be…

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