Saturday, 14 October 2006

and she isn't the only one to say this...

My very dear David,

You may have noticed that I have not been contacting you seen I last saw you. I am very concerned that on becoming a man you seem to be developing the tendency to control, dominate and bully. What we subconsciously obsorb in our young formative years can re-emerge when we become adult. I am sure that I must have passed on my bad habbits which I hope for your sake you will not develop. I had hoped that by not talking to you you might think and realise for yourself and maybe then even say 'sorry'. I do not want your life or your families life messed up in the future by such patterns as ours has been.
Much of my life I have been dominated and bullied and I do not intend to allow our relationship to degrade to bully and bullied. I value our relationship too much. It has been hard not to talk to you but I love you enough for 'tough love'. Well done on the job by the way. I guess this means that it is permanant now and not a different job.
All my love,

Oh my God...change me.

1 comment:

Ben F. Foster Esq. (c) said...

this is why you shouldn't punch peop[le in face...

Dude, that's not my perception. I find you meek and loving and humble. Maybe perhaps as an extrovert and a social junkie you might come across as needful with company but IMO, no more