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Jan. 12th, 2004 | 10:13 pm
mood: depresseddepressed

Some coworkers are getting married soon and I need to RSVP by tomorrow if I want to go.

In just trying to figure out how much I should tell them I've already managed to seriously depress myself.

Though I don't think I should tell them the truth. "Things that remind me of happy long term relationships make me want to crawl up in a small ball and die from sobbing uncontrollably."

It didn't help that the people I was with kept making comments like "you like so like [the activist]" or other such comments reminding me of my recent rejection.

I also feel like a bad person because there's one woman whose acting interested in me, and I'm not reciprocating. I worry that I'm mostly uninterested because she's fat. Though I suppose I'm also having trouble relating to her. (Though I had trouble relating to the activist too, but found her cute enough to keep trying).

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secretslip

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from: secretslip
date: Jan. 13th, 2004 08:02 am (UTC)
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1. You shouldn't tell T&T that their wedding is making you depressed.

2. You can think of the girl who has interest in you as a "fixer upper".

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Diane Trout

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from: alienghic
date: Jan. 13th, 2004 11:57 am (UTC)
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You shouldn't tell T&T that their wedding is making you depressed.

She asked me if I was going to RSVP last thursday or friday and I foolishly replied "I can't go, weddings make me depressed". Now I'm torn between explaining myself and just trying to avoid the subject.

You can think of the girl who has interest in you as a "fixer upper".

I tend to be doubtful that someone would change. If they're not a good match when you first meet I tend to feel like they wont be a good match after that initial honeymoon phase wears off. (And peoples native personalities come out now that the passion that was motivating different behavior wore off).

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