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Happiness is good, but sometimes sadness can help to appreciate certain things like the joy of spending time with loved ones, every individuals right to say "No!" , and the emotional fallout of ignoring an individuals rights. I will tell you another story, but this one is filled with heart-break and pain with no real resolution. All sensitives may wish to asses their emotional well being before reading any further. It is the story of my little sister. She was quite little, even smaller than me and I was amongst the smallest in my grade. We kept close till our family broke apart. Seemingly the only two people in the world that understood there was something wrong with everyone. They seemed mentally blind. Anyway..we were split up and united a number of times. Prior to her 18th Birthday she had been offered some trip named "Black tiles" (not that I expect the name would mean anything), but. Three individuals offered her this and she said "NO!". The individuals acquired the black tiles and on her Birthday each person individually spiked a drink for her. I was completely unaware what they had done. We went out with our family and had a meal, I parted ways. The next thing I hear the aftermath of her passing out and in her words "Dying" She saw herself from outside her body. She continued to act strange for weeks after that as I'm sure people here can understand, but I had no understanding of what was happening to her. So of course she ended up in the psych ward. Over the years amongst various dramas she met some one in the system.. To cut a long story short, she went through a long abusive relationship including being punched in the face, dragged around by her hair and being forced at needle point to take meth to say the least. She is currently waiting a hearing for stabbing him multiple times. She is still deluded in thinking she loves him He wants nothing to do with her. The lesson in all this? There are many, but mostly, No means NO!