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    Default Spin off: Things you have said that haunt you

    So, we have the thread of what DPs have said that still haunt you, let's have one of the things we have said that still haunt us.

    I'll be back for mine as DD2 is currently screaming at me.

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    I said to my mum once that I didn't like or respect her.

    I told ex dh after he told me that my dad didn't care about me that "at least I have a dad" . His dad left the family. Man so hurtful.

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    I remember calling a girl in high school "Popeye" when half her face dropped... was trying to be funny, not hurtful... didn't realise she had Bells Palsy (still feel guilty!). It all came back to me 2 years ago when I got Bells Palsy and half my face froze. Both her and I thankfully recovered 100%, but kharma or what?!?!?!?

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    Not so much what I said but my reaction and what I didn't say.

    The night before he died, my boyfriend told me he loved me (had said it before and my reactions were not much better). I laughed as he was joking about something at the same time. And I didn't return the love even though I did love him. He looked crushed. Then he died the next morning. Yeah, that kind of thing stays with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ana Gram View Post
    Not so much what I said but my reaction and what I didn't say.

    The night before he died, my boyfriend told me he loved me (had said it before and my reactions were not much better). I laughed as he was joking about something at the same time. And I didn't return the love even though I did love him. He

    looked crushed. Then he died the next morning. Yeah, that kind of thing stays with


    you.

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    "I do...". Should never have said it. Have 2 beautiful children but what a pig of a man he is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ana Gram View Post
    Not so much what I said but my reaction and what I didn't say.

    The night before he died, my boyfriend told me he loved me (had said it before and my reactions were not much better). I laughed as he was joking about something at the same time. And I didn't return the love even though I did love him. He looked crushed. Then he died the next morning. Yeah, that kind of thing stays with you.
    Im sure he knew you loved him anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ana Gram View Post
    Not so much what I said but my reaction and what I didn't say.

    The night before he died, my boyfriend told me he loved me (had said it before and my reactions were not much better). I laughed as he was joking about something at the same time. And I didn't return the love even though I did love him. He looked crushed. Then he died the next morning. Yeah, that kind of thing stays with you.
    OMG Ana Gram! I am so sorry....

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    Sorry, deleted as too personal!
    Last edited by 3InATub; 02-06-2012 at 23:10.

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    Wow, I'm very sorry Ana Gram, I can't imagine the weight of that

    In the spirit of the thread...the two things that spring to mind -
    Very recently when FOB was in the process of breaking up with me, I said to him "you've completely ruined my life, do you know that? I honestly wish I never met you." I don't believe that I hurt him by saying those things. In all honesty, he probably didn't care at all...but it 'haunts' me, so to speak, because it implies that I think my boys have ruined my life, and that I wish I hadn't had them not even close to true, but the fact that I said it will always stick with me. I don't regret them at all, but I really wish I could have had them, without sustaining all the damage I have from FOB

    And the other thing is when I was younger, telling my sister (and I think I *may* have said it to my mum once, so the following applies to her, too) that I hoped she died. What a horrid thing to say that one haunts me because I love her a lot, and one day she will die...and I hope she doesn't remember that I said that. I can't imagine life without her


 

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