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Bad feeling.
By g1rlie
11/14/2012 2:11:04 PM
Ug. I have a really bad feeling that he will come here. Greg. Worried that he will come here and find some way to talk to me. Last time I felt like this, he actually Did find a way to talk to me. Maybe I should find another job, but I am so exhausted and I wasted all my annual leave seeing him. Ug. Gotta do something. Gotta do something.

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So, there are some cracks.    
"But I'm filling these cracks so I don't have to worry. Gradually, I can look for another job. But there are things I can do NOW. I can Serve God so I am not able to serve the adversary. And I'm doing this. I'm reading my scriptures on my breaks and lunches at work now. And, I deactivated my emails and my Facebook. This is so it will be difficult for Greg to communicate with me and so I don't feel tempted to check my email or to email him. Instead of emailing Greg, I'm writing letters of gratitude and love to my husband. This week, I've written several. As an added bonus, since I've been writing these letters, my husband has seemed less frustrated with me. Yay.

So, there IS a solution."
posted at 08:48:01 on November 16, 2012 by g1rlie


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