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 The truth was that my parents probably shouldn’t have had children: like Betty and Don Draper, they did it because it was expected. For years, the lack of my parents’ loving kindness made me risk ...
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Wow... I felt that one. I may not have experienced that kind of childhood myself, but any variety of abuse or neglect is heartbreaking. I especially resonated with - copied and pasted here" I don my bulletproof vest and walk into his war with me. But the barbs and bullets always find their mark" It does feel like it's their war with us, and it's hard to not take it personally. As an adult I now realize my grandfather was tormented, and like your father they spew their own stuff onto others not taking responsibility for themselves. Yes it causes damage that scars, but I guess it's all down to giving back their war and not accepting it anymore. Now I kinda pity my grandfather and, though he's not alive anymore, I realize if I keep taking on his truth as mine, I keep his war alive. It's very hard to be conscious and tease out others' stuff from my own stuff. So interwoven. One thread at a time, we adult children have to come to terms with the injustice our inner child has every right to feel. Keep reminding yourself it's his stuff, it's his war, and tell the universe your not taking that in anymore. I refuse to participate in my fathers, or for me, my grandfathers belief systems. They don't belong to me. I kept wanting my grandfather to accept me, but he never did. He had no ability to because he was too entrenched in his neurosis. HIS skewed view. And we are left to learn the art of loving ourselves, which I am continually working on. Not sure exactly what that looks like, but I keep reading, trying, asking God, source, the infinite, what is self love supposed to be exactly. It's an interesting, yet painful journey. I really enjoyed reading that. There is a spiritual teach, Matt Kahn, who is all about love teachings. I'm really digging him these days. His way evolved teachings keep pointing in the direction of radical love in every direction. Oh heck- ill send a link to one of his shorter ones. This one speaks to us sending love to our own heart- and broken hearts need more love, not less. I just think his
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There was always jazz playing on the stereo: we had stereos back then, fancier versions of the record player I got for my bedroom when I was 15 and on which I played Jethro Tull while I rolled arou...
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Wow...... I love your mind and how it interprets your heart. On the spiritual level your mother apologized and accepted your apology. We are all doing the best we can at each moment, and accrued moments turn into years, casting a theme that shows us what to forgive and what to cherish. I have also looked at the horror and strangeness of my mouth there's mental illness impacted my life. Living on this earth is not for the weak. If we are here, we must be special and strong to volunteer for another go on the earth school. Guaranteed to offer growth opportunities, which are by default, painful. These are just my beliefs of course. Sending love to you sweety
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We have tried and tried to patronize Blake's for weekend breakfasts, grateful that there is another place on Wilmington Island to eat breakfast. BUT. Once, there was no regular coffee, only decaf, a second time we heard a cook complain because we showed up right as they opened, and our last time (it will be our last time) the waiter was hassled and surly, one of the orders came out with the wrong eggs. seriously burned bacon and the whole meal cold. When it came again the eggs were raw and the food was cold again. No toast or biscuit was included with the meal even though it was requested. We also had to ask for cream, salt and pepper. Speaking to a waitress we were told that the restaurant did 5000 dollars Valentine's evening, as thought that was relevant. The sous chef started out being very defensive and told us they did not expect the crowd that they had this Sunday and were understaffed but did not offer any reason for the badly prepared food. People were waiting more than a half hour for breakfast which is inexcusable; and people were waiting ten minutes just to get seated. It is impossible to continue to patronize a local place, much as we would like to, which treats its customers as badly as Blake's. This is no way to run a business. All in all a disastrous business model.
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Lori is a miracle worker. I have never received so many compliments on my color and my cut is always a breeze to work with. She has given my boyfriend the best cut of his life and actually makes it look like he has a lot more hair. The salon is beautiful and she is a perfectionist. Be prepared to stay awhile but it will be so worth it. I wouldn't go anywhere else. If you just want a blowout she is a master at that too.
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J.C. Lewis Ford's service department has always been amazing. They go above and beyond. I am especially impressed by service adviser Darryl Smith.
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