Karma. Ain’t It a Bitch?


I’m having a sad day today.  My kids have already been experiencing pain as a result of losing their dad earlier this year.  Now they’re dealing with the selfish, self-centered bullshit that adults typically inflict on one another in the aftermath of a divorce.  The problem is that their dad is gone and they’re looking for some comfort and closure to a very messy and painful situation.  His family, in their infinite “wisdom” can’t see past their own needs to let that happen.  They continue to hold open old wounds and are holding my kids’ emotions as hostages.

Well, I’m sorry.  Not on my watch.

As soon as this is done, so are we.  Then they can choose to move on or stay entrenched in their bitterness and hatred.  It’s karma they need to be concerned with at this point.  Not me.

6 responses »

  1. One of my biggest pet peeves is adults who put their feelings first in a bad or hurtful situation. Sometimes we just have to be grownups and not think of our feeling till later. I hope that his family gets a grip on things, it’s sad for kids to loose family because of this.

    • Unfortunately, self-centered, egotistical, I have mine, even though it’s not mine attitudes will always be the rule with those people. The real sad thing is that there are several generations who will go through their life with the same attitude these a-holes have so successfully taught them so there’s a snowball’s chance in hell that the cycle will ever be broken.

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