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  1. Kimberly July 31, 2007 8:23 am

    Wow. I met someone last week who made me feel the same way. On the surface, he appeared helpful and charming BUT once I spent a few hours with him, I noticed him “studying” me and my habits. He started analyzing me and my life, which he knew VERY little about, like he was some sort of therapist/psychic advisor. EEWWW. Turns out he is an alcoholic who just recently went into recovery and is feeling pretty damn insecure about himself. This guy attempted to project HIS insecurities on to me to try to make feel like I was the one who had problems of his magnitude. NOT. Like you, I pick up on behavior/ manipulations such as his (and dude you wrote about) plus the fact that I’m thick-skinned and secure. I actually laughed in his face when he was offended by some of my remarks…very fragile ego. I told him to get his head together and to stop trying to make everyone around him feel as poorly as he does about himself. And of course, I told him to do these things AWAY FROM ME.

  2. Jay Stewart August 1, 2007 1:44 pm

    We have all made mistakes and I know I have done wrong in the past. The important thing is to grow from that past and chart a course for the future that is free from those mistakes. But what I cant stand is when people assume I know what they are thinking. I am not, I am no mind reader and I hate when people wont tell me the truth for fear of hurting my feelings. My response is tell me the truth, The sooner I know you don’t like me, the sooner I can move on and spend time with a person who wants my company. My time is a precious commidity. I am 38 now and life is too short for games.

    Some people mistake my forthrightness and bluntness as mean, to me it keeps the wolves (creeps) at bay and those who are diamonds will shine amongst the slagheap.

    Also I want to add I prefer the friends who give me constant reality checks such as my friend of 20 years Randi (Not her real name) or my significant other of 12 years who ask me questions when I go off, as well always being explicit about her needs and desire because she understands I am not a mind reader. They keep me grounded in reality and being I have an open mind? I listen. I prefer those friends to that syncophantic asshole who pretended to be my best buddy while plotting to bring me down and who can’t understand why I humilated him in front of all his buddies. Then called me a bitch, to which I said “And Proud of It!”

    As Joan Jett once sang in the song “Fake Friends”? “You Don’t Lose When You Lose Fake Friends”

    Anyway, I gotta go now. I don’t know if I agree with everything you say, but you always give me food for thought. Take care!