BlitheringImagine that. I pilled the cat last night without incident. I have Pill Savvy.
I don't even think Jake remembers Monday anymore. It's amazing how fast cats heal.
Did you know that passive-aggressive behaviors are one of the many coping mechanisms used by children raised by a parent with Borderline Personality Disorder? Neither did I, until I began reading this book. I wasn't even sure what passive aggressive behavior meant until I read this description ["Surviving A Borderline Parent", p. 91]:
Another example of the passive-aggressive coping mechanism is the person who smiles and says, "No, really, I'm not angry about the situation." A couple of days later, when his wife asks him to fix her closet door, he says he will. Two weeks later, it's still not done.1:00 PM: Sure, Mom, I'll take the dishes out.
2:00 PM: Yeah, I'll get to it.
4:00 PM: I said I'd do it!
6:00 PM: Geezus, Mother, can't you see I'm busy reading? (Disassociating) I'll do it in a minute.
Maybe what everyone labeled as "procrastination" was really just my being passive-aggressive as a way to try to control my life a little. Because when situations don't involve authority figures pressuring me, being on time or doing the job isn't an issue at all.
Something to consider.
Time for Private Practice...