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finding my voice

Posted by whodatninja , 15 August 2014 · 76 views

I met a nice person today. We talked for 6 hours. I was feeling really down and he helped me. I dont know what to make of it. I don't trust men at all but he didnt make moves on me. He said he was willing to listen to me and I could tell him anything. He knew something was bothering me and I admitted to him my story. (I was drinking) I got upset when he got quiet. He later assured me he wasnt upset was just trying to figure what to say. I wasnt expecting an answer I just hated the look on his face like I was disgusting or something. He had to work in a few hours and he dropped me off at home. I paced and smoked for an hour fretting afterwards. He said he'd call after work. I don't think he would nor care.
I need some sleep. Time to count out a pill or two and try. Im so fucking exhausted. Stupid nighmares

There are nice people out there. Most don't know how to deal with the kind of issues people here have. The not nice people learn to exploit us. I hope he is one of the nice ones that know how to be there, help a bit, but not make it their life goal to fix you.


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