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Brad: thanks for not leaving me hanging...I was waiting for that e-mail...
The whole thing I said about love and hate...is not so much whether someone didn't react to an action the way a person wanted them to.
Let me explain: Picture you have a partner, family member, or a friend, who you trust with all your heart. And picture this person doing something to you: hitting you, telling a very personal secret, just out of the blue turning their back on you, manipulating or using you.....the possibilities are endless.
Imagine that you forgive them for one altercation, and it happens again, and again, until you find that your once friendly, and even loving feelings for them have turned into a bitter hatred, a hatred more intense than you could feel, for say a cruel boss, or as a kid, a tormenting bully.
I am not trying to invalidate your temper tantrum idea, because I have done that many times. Like when you say something to someone you care about, and instead of agreeing with you, they argue the point, and you become enraged becuase you know they are right...Or when an attemp for pity only results in someone telling you to quit whining...I know those feelings as well, but they are not what I am speaking of.
Thanks for listening to me ramble.
"Despite all my rage, I am still just a rat in a cage."