I pissed off a scorpio woman

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9/8/2010 2:12:52 PM | More
AgentsS

37 years old male

Posted by sr1
yeah...that's great...and meanwhile...no one gives a butter enough about the child to pull their heads out of their self absorbed asses and self-inflicted drama...((golf claps))



The child is fine with his dad. The mom needs to get her head out of her a$$ and be more devoted like she used to be.
9/8/2010 2:10:43 PM | More
AgentsS

37 years old male

Posted by LovelyScorp
you probably shouldn't of told the friend anything (we hate that, btw), but it's too late for that. She has the message.

Don't put yourself in a worrying mess. Relax, time is the best healer.


No, I was apologizing to her friend for some things I said to her.
9/7/2010 8:09:00 PM | More
AgentsS

37 years old male

Now her friend blocked me. great.
9/7/2010 7:35:17 PM | More
AgentsS

37 years old male

Posted by LovelyScorp
I would be willing to bet she didn't delete it.

all you can do now is wait.


I really hope she did. When I told her friend that I apologized, I never heard back from her, but I was basically answering her statement that I should apologize, so I guess no need for her to reply back. Atleast I hope she didn't answer back because she knows something I don't, but based on our conversation via email, she must not know something I dont. if that makes sense. Sorry, I am writing in a hurry.
9/7/2010 7:30:54 PM | More
AgentsS

37 years old male

Posted by Mr Nice
What did you do to make her be this way?


As far as her being a certain way, I 'm not sure what you mean. Long story short, I was upset with her, told her baby dad (my best friend) about her sneakiness, probably f****d her plans up to piss off my friend, arguing, name calling, him telling her s**t to piss her off at me, him telling me s**t to iss me off at her, etc. There is more on the 1st page of this thread. That should hopefully tell you what started this whole mess.
9/7/2010 7:24:16 PM | More
AgentsS

37 years old male

Posted by LovelyScorp
then hit the SEND button silly boy!!


I called her, but her phone went straight to voicemail. She says in her message that it broke. I am pretty sure I know why. So, I left her a sincere apology via voicemail. I have no idea if she listened or deleted it as soon as she heard my voice. I did speak to one of her friend's today who was sort of caught up in this whole deal. She said that I owe her (my friend) an apology. I guess they haven't spoken about it, so I told her I already apologized.

9/7/2010 2:44:02 AM | More
ScorpSuperior

female

Sun: Scorpio, house 4

I pissed one off too. But, she is my superior. treetrunk her though, man. She pisses me off all the time and she's gonna make me hurt her feelings sooner than later.


But, yea, this is about your friend. Idk. She's YOUR friend. After 10 years, you can (or should be able to) pretty much predict how she'll respond. Saying you broke her trust is kind of vague and gives no ideas surrounding the circumstances of the conflict. My guess is, because you've been friends for so long, it won't be so easy to up and cut you off, although, it can be done.
9/6/2010 9:46:54 PM | More
FUMRedFairy_tales

female

Sun Scorpio Moon

Posted by LovelyScorp
then hit the SEND button silly boy!!


lol... sure thing!


9/6/2010 8:47:35 PM | More
AgentsS

37 years old male

Well there is truth to what he is saying, but he might possibly be BSing to make her and I hate each other. I don't know. I still owe her an apology.
9/6/2010 5:48:58 PM | More
AgentsS

37 years old male

Posted by FUMRedFairy_tales
Posted by AgentsS
Posted by FUMRedFairy_tales





That does make me feel better. The reason with my friend cutting her off from their son is that seh is back in the clu, more than likely doing drugs. She was supposed to keep him for school year, he keeps during summer. He told me the principal told him that his son was late to school by a lot 4 days in a row 2 weeks agao. That on top of her being sneaky, the club, possibly drugs, that is why he is trying to get full parental rights. From what he said, her whole family is claiming she is unfit. If she is on drugs, and sleeping around and neglecting her son, then yes he has a right. Other than that I know she is a good mom. He could be BSing both of us to make us hate each other. He also said I will have to be a witness for him if/when they go to court. I am in a clusterf**k of a situation.


As you said, your friend might be Bsing you both. Don't listen too much to the 'He said, She said' stories, but gather your own facts. Perhaps she was working night shifts and had a hard time getting up. There might be many other reasons why she was late dropping off the son to school.

We Scorps don't make friends quickly. It seems we are social butterflies, but our true friends are only a few. It takes a long time until we trust someone. I very much agree with what LovelyScorp says... she must feel alone.

Read over your saved text message again. If you want to add or delete parts, do so.. but then just send it. Don't worry about the length



Believe me, I have been editing that text message the last few days. It has totaled 6 messages to get my apology across.
9/6/2010 4:43:19 PM | More
FUMRedFairy_tales

female

Sun Scorpio Moon

Posted by AgentsS
Posted by FUMRedFairy_tales





That does make me feel better. The reason with my friend cutting her off from their son is that seh is back in the clu, more than likely doing drugs. She was supposed to keep him for school year, he keeps during summer. He told me the principal told him that his son was late to school by a lot 4 days in a row 2 weeks agao. That on top of her being sneaky, the club, possibly drugs, that is why he is trying to get full parental rights. From what he said, her whole family is claiming she is unfit. If she is on drugs, and sleeping around and neglecting her son, then yes he has a right. Other than that I know she is a good mom. He could be BSing both of us to make us hate each other. He also said I will have to be a witness for him if/when they go to court. I am in a clusterf**k of a situation.


As you said, your friend might be Bsing you both. Don't listen too much to the 'He said, She said' stories, but gather your own facts. Perhaps she was working night shifts and had a hard time getting up. There might be many other reasons why she was late dropping off the son to school.

We Scorps don't make friends quickly. It seems we are social butterflies, but our true friends are only a few. It takes a long time until we trust someone. I very much agree with what LovelyScorp says... she must feel alone.

Read over your saved text message again. If you want to add or delete parts, do so.. but then just send it. Don't worry about the length

9/6/2010 3:40:27 PM | More
AgentsS

37 years old male

Posted by LovelyScorp
Posted by AgentsS
Posted by LovelyScorp
"I know you are going through some difficult times. I'm here if you'd like to talk."

Text it...and wait.


That could work, but it may not considering all the factors that led up to where it is now.


She looks as though she's being alienated from everyone right now. If that is not the case, she will alienate herself anyways. Your male friend is in retaliation mode. A simple text message like that to someone who feels completely alone could be what she needs right now.

But, seriously, keep any romantic notions to yourself. It looks like she desperately needs a friend right now. Don't twist the feelings. That is the worse thing you can do at this moment.



Don't know how alone she is if she has new friends now, but they are probably only a band aid for the problem. As far as the text, I have a saved draft that is rather long as far as text messages go. It includes my apology to her which I have not done yet.
9/6/2010 1:55:28 PM | More
AgentsS

37 years old male

Posted by FUMRedFairy_tales
Agent,

if she is my kinda Scorp.. she will not block you.

Yes, do get in touch with her. You may apologize but also ask if you can please talk to her in person. Perhaps meet somewhere and just talk. Don't mention anything about wanting to help her. We don't take 'help' very lightly. You may mention that you miss her friendship and you want to make things right.


Secondly, your friend has no right to separate their child from the mother. If he likes it or not, he has a life-long responsibility to that child to share him with his mother. That's the healthy way to go.

Right now she might be upset for not being able to get in touch with her child, her failed relationship, being tied in money, and on top, your disloyalty towards your friendship (am sorry.. don't mean to come harsh with my words), but i am guessing she feels quite battled and is reacting to all.

you can be the good for her. Depends on how much you want to take on her troubles.

it also sounds childish that she decided to get back with an highschool ex to piss your friend off.. perhaps she was just thinking out loud in anger but will realize that this will be a wrong move.

To sum it up, try staying in touch with her. Sounds like you care more for her than she is aware of.




That does make me feel better. The reason with my friend cutting her off from their son is that seh is back in the clu, more than likely doing drugs. She was supposed to keep him for school year, he keeps during summer. He told me the principal told him that his son was late to school by a lot 4 days in a row 2 weeks agao. That on top of her being sneaky, the club, possibly drugs, that is why he is trying to get full parental rights. From what he said, her whole family is claiming she is unfit. If she is on drugs, and sleeping around and neglecting her son, then yes he has a right. Other than that I know she is a good mom. He could be BSing both of us to make us hate each other. He also said I will have to be a witness for him if/when they go to court. I am in a clusterf**k of a situation.
9/6/2010 1:36:07 PM | More
FUMRedFairy_tales

female

Sun Scorpio Moon

Agent,

if she is my kinda Scorp.. she will not block you.

Yes, do get in touch with her. You may apologize but also ask if you can please talk to her in person. Perhaps meet somewhere and just talk. Don't mention anything about wanting to help her. We don't take 'help' very lightly. You may mention that you miss her friendship and you want to make things right.


Secondly, your friend has no right to separate their child from the mother. If he likes it or not, he has a life-long responsibility to that child to share him with his mother. That's the healthy way to go.

Right now she might be upset for not being able to get in touch with her child, her failed relationship, being tied in money, and on top, your disloyalty towards your friendship (am sorry.. don't mean to come harsh with my words), but i am guessing she feels quite battled and is reacting to all.

you can be the good for her. Depends on how much you want to take on her troubles.

it also sounds childish that she decided to get back with an highschool ex to piss your friend off.. perhaps she was just thinking out loud in anger but will realize that this will be a wrong move.

To sum it up, try staying in touch with her. Sounds like you care more for her than she is aware of.

9/6/2010 1:10:07 PM | More
AgentsS

37 years old male

Posted by LovelyScorp
"I know you are going through some difficult times. I'm here if you'd like to talk."

Text it...and wait.


That could work, but it may not considering all the factors that led up to where it is now.
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