Explosive Misanthropy Posted September 23, 2009 Author Share Posted September 23, 2009 Hell no. You don't say that and just end the conversation. First of all, I never disagreed that the baby was the important part of her life. "Another thing I'm worried about is that her son is only 9 months old, she needs to be spending the night with him, not going out and drinking, and staying the night at the Ryan guy's house. But that's how I feel. I feel like, when you have a baby, your time of doing all that shit is over. The second she decided to keep that baby, then her life becomes all about him. But, that's how I'd be. You have a baby, you sacrifice all that stuff. She feels like if someone is there to babysit, then she can stay the night out. Ugh, that shit bothers me. And I don't know how much better a foster care system would be for him." So don't tell me about learning lessons young, or try to explain to me what priority she should have. There's no confusion on that. Secondly, I said in my post that she's willing to submit to any person's will. She has no sense of her own self. You have no idea what her personality is like. You say that she knows the difference between right and wrong? She sent powdered concealer to NASA for no reason. She had the FBI posting out at her house for 3 weeks. She decided it was a good idea to walk around the mall at 3 a.m. knowing she was trespassed (not to mention being a minor, and being on probation with a curfew of 7:00). She takes money out of public fountains to buy cigarettes. She was spending the night at my apartment, and she decided to leave and meet a friend of ours, instead, she met up with some random guy, went home with him, then had sex with him. She never knew his name. Hence the "psychological reasons". Think of it as autism, just on a singular symptom of it. She does, in fact, need me. I'm the one that's been there since she was 3 years old. I've been the one keeping her normal. If I were never around, she'd still be in her drug-induced spiral into accidental suicide. The only reason she got with this guy was because I wasn't around, therefore I feel responsible. And you wouldn't want to get a person like that out of a shitty situation? To get her away from her abusive parents, her dirty home-life, her bad decisions--including associating herself with drug addicts when YOU KNOW she can do better? That's not called running away from her problems, that's called getting away from a bad situation to create a new, clean environment for her and her baby. It's easier and cheaper to live where I am. The people are nicer and it's a much more family-oriented place. Great for... say... raising a child? Fuck your so-called "lessons". Nothing you said was applicable, therefore your opinion isn't needed here, and now the conversation can be done. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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