Sugarblue (sugarblue) wrote in anti_baggage,
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Slowly but surely

Well, Sally's lawyer called John this morning, wanting to chat about the surrender of parental rights. All John has to do is sign a few papers in front of a judge and that'll be the end of that! The only bump is that John might have to go back to his home-state to sign the papers, which will suck for a few days but I'll live. All-in-all, things are still smoothly progressing.
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Wow. Good for you babe! I'm so jealous! Have you got round to reading the argument I had with my boyfriend? And some of my recent journal posts (like the letter for example) need your understanding attention.

*hugs*
Ah, yes. I read and responded to your boyfriends argument. While I have respect for what he believes in, it doesn't make it right for him to shove his views down my (or your) throat, and then adding insult to injury by calling me a narcissist. This is an anti-baggage community. This is supposed to be a a safe haven for people like you and me. However, I would also like to actually thank your boyfriend for testing the strength in my belief in myself. I passed with flying colors. Not once did I feel shame for anything I did, it's a very big thing. A mile-stone, you could say.

And this is what I have to say about the letter:

I don't understand it at all, really. Why was she moaning and complaining to Neil about her abusive relationship with this Warren person? What could Neil do about it? Nothing. I mean, can she not think for herself without a man in her life, or what? Is she's also referring to money as one of her problems, as well? If so, She should have thought about that before she spread her legs. If someone wants a baby or three-hundred of them, they better make damn sure they can support all of them financially and emotionally independently!

Maybe I sound cold, but I was brought up by a mother who was not wealthy to any degree, she had two children that she had to take care of and never once did she receive child-support. And you know what? My brother and I never did without. Ever. Neither did my mother. She worked her ass off without any help whatsoever. I am very proud of her and look up to her. She is a woman of pure dignity, class, strength and love.

She taught me that every time I fall, I shouldn't whine and complain about it, instead I should find a way to solve my problems. She also taught me to always depend on myself, because I am the only person that will be there for me constantly. Because of her (and my own run-ins with life), I am strong person and I will deal with my misfortunes myself. Sure, I will need moral support from friends, family and what not, but that's it. I don't need nor want pity.

John and Neil's ex-wives are the most pathetic excuses for woman I have ever seen.
"I mean, can she not think for herself without a man in her life, or what?"

Good point!

"Is she's also referring to money as one of her problems, as well? If so, She should have thought about that before she spread her legs."

HERE FUCKING HERE! BRAVO! I smiled so much when you said that!

Your mother sounds awesome! Give her a hug from me.

"John and Neil's ex-wives are the most pathetic excuses for woman I have ever seen."

VERY true. They make me feel sick to my stomach.

*hugs*
Excellent. You are doing the right thing.
Ditto!