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  1. said:

    I completely agree with her! I understand what it feels like when you get soooo upset that you just snap at someone you love. I imagine parents feel this way a lot.

    Sassy knows that you love her, and has definitely forgotten about the entire incident. You need to try to as well. It’s so hard when a loved one is sick, and I’m sure after what you went through with your parents this is just bringing all of that back to the surface with your baby.

    We are here for you!

    November 18, 2015
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    • said:

      Thank you so much, Jillian. You’re the sweetest. I’m sure parents struggle with this too on a more profound scale — I’m glad I’m not having kids so I won’t risk screwing up someone’s life 🙂 I think we’ve both moved past it, which is a relief. We snuggled in bed this morning and it made me feel normal again. xo

      November 19, 2015
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  2. said:

    It’s not her fault, but you need to bear in mind that this situation is not YOUR fault either. You are trying so hard, and doing your very best day in, day out. I think the thing that probably triggered you here was more than likely the upset of having partly convinced yourself it might be getting better and getting into a routine, then being slapped in the face with reality. This is a one-off, and frustration and upset is often something we just can’t control. I feel terrible sometimes for how I used to lose my patience with my old cat, but we are both Good People – we don’t set out to bad things, quite the opposite. Don’t beat yourself up about this; she wouldn’t hold it against, and you shouldn’t hold it against yourself.

    November 17, 2015
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    • said:

      Thank you so much for this. When I read your comment I burst into tears again, but in a good way. I feel so much better — I needed to get that off my chest and I needed to hear someone say that I’m not a bad person. I’ll try not to beat myself up. Thank you again. <3

      November 17, 2015
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