Hubby came home today and told me he saw Tracy at the store. They said nothing to each other.
He’s certain that after all this time, they’re not going to come to my church. I don’t know about that, since they did check the service schedule on Christmas Eve. (I run the website. I didn’t go to the Christmas service.) But then again, that was months ago, and the merger with their old church is common knowledge by now.
So maybe things will be fine. In any case, I have friends who can rally around me if necessary. They care and know my character, in case of attacks. But maybe it won’t be a thing. Or maybe R/T won’t come often enough to cause trouble.
What amazes me, though, is that anyone can go so many years knowing they’ve hurt another person, see that person or her husband around town on occasion, and never, ever once say, “I’m sorry.” Or “I’m sorry I hurt your wife. Please tell her so.” Or “I’m sorry for causing drama in your life.”
Never once. Ever.
And, in fact, defend their nastiness and refuse to admit they ever did anything wrong.
Which explains why they have a string of lost friendships. I’m hardly the first, and there probably have been others after me.
Heck, I tried apologizing to her for hurting her when this all happened, even though I was the victim of her abuse.
Even my abusive or narcissistic exes have apologized to me. Even people who bullied me in school have apologized to and/or made peace with me.
I don’t understand this. I also don’t understand people treating others like this in the first place, the way she and her husband treated me.
People are making a big deal in the news lately about “Wisconsin Nice.” Well, I can tell you that R/T aren’t from around here, or even the Midwest, for that matter. Not that Wisconsin people can’t be rats: Even Canadians have some bad apples. Narcissists, abusers and plain ol’ nasty people are everywhere. But yeah, don’t let this crap I got from these people, make you think badly of Wisconsin people. 😛 Most people I know, don’t act like this.
But prayers/good wishes, please, for my continued healing and growing strength.