Good morning, though I don't know what's so good about it, since I don't have my coffee yet! LOL!
Can I tell you guys how great I think you all are again? The smoking support here is just fabulous and I can't imagine a better place to get it. I would be afraid that if we started a thread for support in quitting, that it would get trolls and mean people and we would all end up fighting again.
That's one thing I don't get....some of the mean things that come out of people's heads instead of support and caring.
So, for the question of the day today: Were you ever treated meanly by a "bully" or were you one of those that bully others? Or did you just stay out of everyone's way? I was treated badly by a few people at a few different times. It just depended on how mad they were at me in the present time. For some reason, I seemed to be one that they thought they could pick and choose which days to like me and not like me. I also was very horrible to my best friend at one point when another girl didn't want me to talk to her anymore. I didn't. I hung out with the other girl instead. One boy called me "thunder thighs" all through school, hence my eating disorders. I'm happy to report that this boy now is very large and has no room to talk any longer.
Today, not many plans again. I think I'll hang out here most of the day until Bryan gets home from work around 5. Right now, he wants me to go make his lunch, so I guess this is going to be short and sweet today.
Hugs all around....
May 16, '04
Good morning Kimmy.
Here's your coffee. Lets have a cup together.
I'm really tired today, So I probably will have to go back to bed soon to rejuvinate. I agree with you about the fight thing. It's too draining to begin with, and it's just too upsetting. That's why we nee all the smilys we can get. We feel better if we can and will put on a happy face.
In answer to your question? YES. Have you ever seen how a bunch of chickens will pick of a smaller one until it no longer has feathers, and then they begin to pick at the poor chicken's flesh, making it bleed? That pretty much was my experience in school. I became a loner.
I built up such a wall of self-protection, I refused to get involved in their groups, etc. Until my senior year. A lot of things changed then. The classmates were more mature, and what little they did know about me saw that I loved humor, and music.
Good morning Tweety. You see? I was where you were too, my friend, but I learned to not only let it go, but to forgive them as well. Now I have a bunch of them for friends.
Scrubbers, definitely true that what goes around comes back around. We get back exactly what we dish out; good or bad. Just like a boomerang.
And Jnette, I was tired when I logged in here, now I'm exhausted and out of breath.
Your smileys did it. Sure could use a bunch of your energy. You did a great job on your photo.
So until later,
Last edit by FranEMTnurse on May 16, '04