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Lawrence Elliott if she made that bad decision after you broke up with her, imagine the Floral Every Great Nurse Says The F Words Shirt reactions she could have had ten years later when you’ve both realized the relationship was wrong and you’re deeply unhappy with each other. No one forced her to make those decisions. I’d say you dodged a bullet there. I could be wrong and I know it sounds harsh but few people find that the first person they date is the one and only love of our lives and when we are teenagers we often make decisions we regret later in life but they are the decisions that shape our lives for the good or the bad.
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Pascal, agreed. I like to think of it as time dividing our responsibilities in half and in half and in half over and over as the years go by. It’s always approaching zero, but never truly gets there. I made my choices, which were bad, and she may or may not have been reacting to them when she made her own mistakes. Still, I carry that with me, and I never forget. I don’t berate myself daily, by any means, but I never forget.It’s our choice how we handle the bad. Anna, we were so young.
But I was definitely the villain in that Floral Every Great Nurse Says The F Words Shirt. I cheated on her because she wouldn’t ‘put out,’ and then I broke up with her and never told her why. Just pure assholery. As a girl who once was treated horrifically in several relationships growing up, please know that any decisions that were made were made because of how she internalized the things around her. Not because of one thread of interaction.