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    Quote Originally Posted by Polaris View Post
    I would, but I like to be notified immediately when someone sends me a friends request. It's one of those situations where you have to take a heap of bad to get at the sprinkling of good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    ^ Yep
    Oh. That's got to be the first time anything productive has ever come out of me ranting.
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    My cheeks are getting fat. Better cut down on calories before I turn into a hamster. No, no, me no like dees seetuashon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Comeback Girl View Post
    My cheeks are getting fat. Better cut down on calories before I turn into a hamster. No, no, me no like dees seetuashon.
    sorry couldn't resist

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    sorry couldn't resist

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    I don't know if this is more of a rant or a question, but how do you get someone to see that their help wasn't helpful? They're going on about how ungrateful I am. They say it's my fault, because I was the one that asked for help, but they came in, steamrolled through, and then when I tried to participate in my own situation, it didn't go according to their plan, and then they blamed me for everything going sour. Which, actually, we don't know if it has gone sour or not yet. And even if it has, nothing will change. There's not going to be a negative outcome from this. It's just going to be no outcome. So lost work on their part and my part, but no bad consequence. They're really angry at me, because I got upset when they said that I ruined everything. I don't know how to get them to see that they went about it in a way that wasn't at all how I would've handled it and it's not fair to come in and take over someone's life, do a bunch of shit they didn't ask help with for them, and do it in a way that they can't reasonably participate in. They say that I asked for help, and I am extremely ungrateful to critique their help. I have already said I am sorry and thank you about a million times to them, but they maintain that I am ungrateful and trying to fight against them despite their hard work. Normally, I would just completely write them off and never talk to them again, but this is someone that I feel really attached to. Arghhhhh.

    Edit - I think I just figured out that this was sort of a J vs P perspective issue. I think they thought the goal was the goal while I thought that the goal was helping me reach the goal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    I don't know if this is more of a rant or a question, but how do you get someone to see that their help wasn't helpful? They're going on about how ungrateful I am. They say it's my fault, because I was the one that asked for help, but they came in, steamrolled through, and then when I tried to participate in my own situation, it didn't go according to their plan, and then they blamed me for everything going sour. Which, actually, we don't know if it has gone sour or not yet. And even if it has, nothing will change. There's not going to be a negative outcome from this. It's just going to be no outcome. So lost work on their part and my part, but no bad consequence. They're really angry at me, because I got upset when they said that I ruined everything. I don't know how to get them to see that they went about it in a way that wasn't at all how I would've handled it and it's not fair to come in and take over someone's life, do a bunch of shit they didn't ask help with for them, and do it in a way that they can't reasonably participate in. They say that I asked for help, and I am extremely ungrateful to critique their help. I have already said I am sorry and thank you about a million times to them, but they maintain that I am ungrateful and trying to fight against them despite their hard work. Normally, I would just completely write them off and never talk to them again, but this is someone that I feel really attached to. Arghhhhh. Any suggestions would be very much appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    I don't know if this is more of a rant or a question, but how do you get someone to see that their help wasn't helpful? They're going on about how ungrateful I am. They say it's my fault, because I was the one that asked for help, but they came in, steamrolled through, and then when I tried to participate in my own situation, it didn't go according to their plan, and then they blamed me for everything going sour. Which, actually, we don't know if it has gone sour or not yet. And even if it has, nothing will change. There's not going to be a negative outcome from this. It's just going to be no outcome. So lost work on their part and my part, but no bad consequence. They're really angry at me, because I got upset when they said that I ruined everything. I don't know how to get them to see that they went about it in a way that wasn't at all how I would've handled it and it's not fair to come in and take over someone's life, do a bunch of shit they didn't ask help with for them, and do it in a way that they can't reasonably participate in. They say that I asked for help, and I am extremely ungrateful to critique their help. I have already said I am sorry and thank you about a million times to them, but they maintain that I am ungrateful and trying to fight against them despite their hard work. Normally, I would just completely write them off and never talk to them again, but this is someone that I feel really attached to. Arghhhhh.
    "You misunderstood everything I said to you. What I needed was X, because my process is XX -- but you gave me Y. Y isn't helpful to me because it does YY, which don't have anything to do with X."

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    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
    weep, but I don't
    weep, do
    you?

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