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 Post subject: Old me vs new me
PostPosted: Mon Feb 01, 2016 11:32 am 
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Yesterday, OCPD H was in bed all day feeling sick. Here's what I did: Picked up DS after sleepover, drove him home. Made meals for both DSs. Drove DS to band practice in far flung area. Bought groceries, Walked dog 2x. Picked up DS from band practice. Did last shoveling so car can go back into driveway after blizzard. Cooked for the week. Cleaned up. Spent time with both kids.

This morning, H wakes up and gets ready for work. On his way out he tells me he thinks DS's upcoming college interview is probably only happening because his Dad donates $ to the college. He does not think it will come to anything. He does not like my reaction which is to say that is very negative. If I thought that it would be too depressing. He gets frustrated with me and tells me I should not have shared that with you.

The old me would have felt guilty that I did not react appropriately to him. I would feel like I screwed up. He needs me to be more understanding. The new me just said to him: Yes, probably you shouldn't have shared that.

What a depressing person he is.

Cat


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