June 2nd, 2002


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notes for future reference:

When I talk loudly, it's to be heard over interference, or it's because I've been doing it for a while. When I'm angry, I talk quietly because I'm trying to get under control.

Telling me to stop yelling won't help. I'm not yelling. I'm talking loudly. There's a difference.

Yelling at me, accusing me of being angry at you or arguing or not listen, and insisting that I talk more quietly will indeed help, in a sort of round-about way.

I will most definitely end up talking more quietly.

On the other hand, it's not going to make me like you one iota more.
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Oh, one other thing. If you say that you want to hear when I think you're being unfair, I'll tell you. If you yell at me, threaten me (badly), refuse to listen, or tell me I'm wrong (how can I be wrong? I'm telling you what I feel, and trust me, I really do feel that way) it's going to keep me from telling you again. Whether this is what you want or not is another matter entirely.

Just thought I'd mention it.

Someone remind me why I keep giving more last chances? Because I'm all out right now.

Note: if you don't want to read bitter cynical angry entries, you might want to take me off your friends list for a few weeks, because I'm sick and fucking tired of being walked on, mmmkay?