Thursday, August 28, 2014

The message was sort of cryptic, I guess I meant it to be, like I was testing her.  And of course she failed.  I think she's failed every 'test' I've thrown at her.
I wanted her to remember, I wanted it to mean as much to her as it had meant to me, reveling such an embarrassing reaction.
I sometimes wonder if going to therapy makes me worse.


  1. Does she know that she has failed your tests?

    1. She doesn't know she failed this particular test, but she's been aware of others she has failed. She told me once that she isn't good at tests, but she's a very hard worker.

    2. Tell her, let her know. When you explain how she's failed a test, specifically in letting her know which test she has failed, she can become more helpful to you ... perhaps less likely to fail future tests.

      Thinking of you, as always.