We met today at R&C’s home for suggestions on how to introduce Compassion and Choices legislation to my fellow Republicans.
Afterwards, we walked for close to half an hour on the bike path and, remembering it’s 2-fers at BBC, stopped for pizza.
Like idiots, we forgot to add in the value of the second pizza when we figured the tip. Ron cheerfully drove to Kenyon’s for beer and cash, and we went back to the restaurant to make it up to our waitress, who was excellent.
I’m getting calls and emails about work and am enjoying going through my ad hoc study program for newer techniques. The code I saw in the summer and fall of 2017 is making a lot more sense.
I had, from somewhere, a 2 for 1 coupon for the Falmouth DQ, which opened yesterday, so Ron and I got sundaes after veg lasagna for lunch. We drove back via the ocean and stopped at Kenyon’s for provisions.
Earlier, I attended Quaker meeting and cashed in my $100 scratch ticket at Stop & Shop.
Did a 12 minute or so walk at Wood Neck beach, then about 18 minutes total of rowing and treadmill at Anytime Fitness in Falmouth.
“The feeling can be caused by several different situations, however, they all involve a sense of injustice or wrongdoing from an individual. For example, public humiliation, constant discrimination or prejudice, being taken advantage of, feeling unrecognized, envy and jealousy can all result in resentment. “
“This advice would never work with a narcissist. Not ever. The more you show love toward them, the more they hate you.”
“If you think you are in a relationship with a narcissist, get out. If the narcissist is your mother or some other person you can’t eliminate from your life completely, accept them for who they are. They will not change. They don’t think there’s anything wrong with them. They think you are the problem. Trying to avoid facing the truth that this person is not ever going to give you what you need is easier, but it’s only going to fuel their fire and make you feel like a doormat. The alternative, acceptance, is harder, but it works. Accept that they will never change. Accept that you will never get love from them. And accept that you deserve love and can get it, from someone else.”
“Narcissistic people gives others the cold shoulder when they do not get what they want from them. Be very aware of this. This is emotional abuse. There is other sorts of abuse from narcissistic people too. Be very aware of them. There can be any sort of abuse, from verbal to intellectual abuse with narcissistics.”