Pleasantly Disturbed

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2020-06-30 01:36:26 (UTC)

I Need Someone I Can Relate To... Or Someone Who Can Empathize With Me!

Someone said I was sadistic for wanting to meet people going through what I'm going through, or worse. Granted, this was some random person on the internet, but I'll address this briefly... saying that I wanted to meet people like this, is not the same thing as wanting people to be going through it. I just wanted someone I could relate to. Ironically, I've met people who have lost someone like I have - they all seem to have the support of family and friends, though. I don't. Also, there was a lady who lost her husband of 12 years, which is how long my husband and I were together. She said she cried at his funeral, but that was it and that she was okay, because he was an asshole.


Here's something else irritating that happened to me last week... there's this man I occasionally see who's a bit wacky. By see, I mean I see him on the bus or at the park. Just to clarify! Anyways, I think it was last year, November or December, maybe, that I finally told him my husband died because he said to me every time he saw me, "I never see you with your boyfriend, anymore." Which, is annoying enough - not even that he called him my boyfriend, we technically weren't married... just that, he said something like that, you know? Well, anyways, when I saw him last week, he said, "I never see you with your boyfriend, anymore." Like, dude, WTF, really?!? I know you don't know me that well, but you'd think he'd remember me telling him that so-called boyfriend died. I know he heard me when I told him because he said, "Oh, I'm so sorry," or something like that.

Damn, people!
Anyways, I don't need to meet someone who's as in as bad shape, as I am. I need to meet someone, however, who can empathize with what I'm going through - even if they've never gone through it!