GSuite,? Really?

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Negligence

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I had a bad day: I’m sorry.u

Too little too late. Hope you feel better and get yourself straightened out. Apparently you’re a bit more fucked up than I am these days.

You Had a Bad Day

Funny how that happens. Guess that’s why my ex dedicated his NYT best seller to me a few years before he jumped off the roof of his building in Park Slope.

I can’t fix you. Never could and clearly you don’t have the time, energy or strength to fix me or give me what I need or hoped to find reaching out to you.

Tired of giving more to people than they are willing, able or capable of giving me and if I’ve learned anything throughout the last four months and 45 years is that I’m tired of putting everyone else’s needs in front of my own.

There are two types of people in this world. Those who show up and those who don’t.

Wish I had the resolve to stand firm on this given the number of times I’ve said that only to find myself giving more of myself than people deserve, or are prepared to return when I find myself in times of crisis.

~ whatever. I’ll finish writing and posting this somewhere people actually go to read my shit. You’re clearly too busy.

I’m sorry. I didn’t mean it. I had a bad day. I still love you.