Is there a psychological term or explanation for people who counter everything you say? The person is my father in law and he is not mean or argumentative but he does reject most statements but then agrees later if he remembers.
Example: he complains about my cat escaping so I say if you feed the cat before you leave he won't try to escape. He then says no, I don't wanna that won't work and will spoil the cat. he them wants to talk about his other cats who someone else takes ... read more
im f***ing sick of all your guilt tripping and the strain you put on this f***ing family that we definitely don't need any more of, i get lonely too without constant attention but you want sex all the time and you expect everyone to fulfill your needs while you don't give a rat's a** about mine. i am able to f***ing control my feelings even when it makes me suicidal to where they don't hurt you, but you won't do the same for me. you f***ing suck and the only reason i'm hangin... read more
Why are people so into drinking?? I'm underage and never had the fascination for it. I have a few people I met who were talking and said we should like "get lit" and one of them talked any fireball and the other said they didn't drink during spring break. .. it feels so awkward when you push out of it and say "I Dont drink"! !
I've been in contact with an online predator for almost a year now and I regret the time I wasted with them, I've completely cut contact from them but I regret the talent and drawings I've given them. I handed to them a portrait of myself (which again thankfully isn't accurate) back when I trusted them most, but I've never ever drawn something indecent thankfully. The attention they would give me was amazing, they glorified exactly everything and anything I did, just to get i... read more
I once heard someone say "we came" first. We came to meetings first, and listened to other people talk and share their wisdom. I need to go to meetings in order to "come to." To realize and clear my mind. And eventually that leads to "coming to believe." So, "we came to believe" is a process, not an event. It takes time to get to a place where you believe in a power greater than yourself, but it's worth it.