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Emotional coward deliberately destroys potential cover.

by thesagittarian12 on February 10, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I wrote the message having heard she had resigned. If in fact she hasn't, or comes back to work here at a future date, then I'm going to have to face her. Emotional coward that I am, at least I penned her that message explaining things and how I felt, but not in a needy, demanding way. The old me would have just let her walk away wondering what she'd done to offend me, so perhaps I'm improving on that score.

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