Tuesday, September 16, 2008

dangit

how do you get over something that's been bothering you for four years?

just a random question.

10 comments:

Will said...

Combination of liquor, therapy, and prayer.

I usually go in that order, so it's entirely possible that you can skip straight to the prayer with equal success, but I wouldn't know.

Jo said...

Not sure. I guess it depends on what the issue is.

Like, if it's just that you want to eat cake or something, just do it.

But if it's say, a relationship issue, that's a bit more complicated... but cake usually helps that, too.

In summary, eat some cake. I suggest red velvet with an extra large helping of cream cheese icing. That usually works for me.

pat said...

MMMMM...red velvet is my all-time fave. my mom makes me one every year on my birthday.

so let's see, so far my options are liquor and cake. i like this.

Bree said...

liquor, cake, and loud music. That's your home run.

Kristen said...

Have a good wallow (I think the liquor and cake and loud music come into play here), figure out what exactly about the situation is still bothering you (there's your therapy and prayer), and then decide to do whatever it is going to take to move on and be happy (here you come full circle with celebratory liquor, cake, and loud music).

My name is Dianna said...

I think you should drink liquor, eat the cake with extra cream cheese icing (only homemade will suffice), BUY a chinese baby, then get some prayer:)
zoloft and adderax also work wonders!

Dottie said...

I normally talk to myself in the shower about these things, but since I now have roommate I try to keep that to a minimum. So now I talk to the dogs I take care of about all my problems (this is the poor man's therapy I guess). At any rate I talk about the problem to myself and to the dogs until I have no desire to think about it any longer. If at the end of all the talking I feel like some sort of action needs to take place to make things right/ease my conscious, I do it. If necessary I go back to the dogs and talk to them about how I did all I could and that is how I take care of things that have bugged me for four or more years.

Oh! and sometimes I write depressing songs about such things.

jamie said...

you just suck it up. then move on.

pat said...

you guys are all treasures.

especially you, jamie.

Jo said...

Good manly advice, Jamie. You're TOUGH!

So, Pat. I guess you either need a dog, or you just need to go to the pound from time to time to talk to the dogs. It probably wouldn't hurt to bribe the pound workers with liquor and cake. I'm just sayin'...