Thursday, December 24, 2009

The Flower of Death

Trusting people isn't easy. It's harder when they give you every reason not to trust them. In spite of this I give people the benefit of the doubt, not always to good ends. This is one of those occasions. Awhile ago I wrote about a certain someone who read my blog and relayed the information in it to my ex. I wasn't sure who it was, until now. I have discovered it is someone quite close to me, not emotionally so much as physically. I don't know why this person chose to do this, save for the fact that she dislikes me. But it is cruel and uncalled for, and now that I know I am taking every measure to remove this person from my life. As I've said before, my ex has substance abuse issues and the information that I was dating someone else was traumatic for him and his reaction was traumatic for me. As far as I'm concerned the actions taken by this reader, who also snooped uninvited through my computer to find this blog, were malicious and intentionally harmful to myself and others. To those of you who have been kind and supportive readers, I appreciate you even more now and I hope that your holidays are wonderful and that you're surrounded by people who you love and love you. As for that certain reader, rest assured that I know, and while I am not vindictive like you, I am not the type of person to take things laying down.


  1. Oh I'm so sorry, Ace! I know you've had a hard year- and this person just made it harder for you and others.
    Cath and I are wishing you the best for the new year!!! Hope you had a merry, merry Christmas too!

  2. so terrible, ace. it's really hard sometimes to understand people like that. dislike and malice simply for the sake of meanness.
    i wish the best for you with the new year.. a year without this person, surrounded by your true friends.