Please don’t post these things to me (part 2)

Please read the post before this before reading this one. I also want to include the message this woman sent me after I told her she insulted and hurt me. I’m sorry but I am showing the side of me that gets very hurt and angry when someone hurts my feelings. I don’t like people hurting my feelings when I’m grappling with my child laying in her grave. Post something mean to me and I will post it publicly. But I will be good enough never to include your name: Here’s the 2nd message she sent me. this God Fearing upright woman.

“sorry that you were insulted. I’m sorry that in spite of what you think about me, you don’t at least open your Bible and read what God exhorts us to do. I don’t call myself a “Christian”. I’m a born again believer. I believe that Jesus died for me, and that I’m a child of God. I believe the word of God. I believe in ALL of His promises. You’re not the only one who as ever lost a child. This isn’t new just because you (and the rest of your family) were a victim of a horrible tragedy. People have been losing their children since the beginning of time. That’s why the Bible is full of wisdom and comfort to such a loss.
I NEVER one time told you what to post, and what NOT to post. That’s a conclusion you came to all by yourself. What I said was that it depresses me to see certain things, and it does nobody any good. That’s very different.
You’re right, you can post whatever you desire to post. I, too have the right to pick and choose the friends I have.
I know much more about you (because of what you write in your posts) than you do about me. Some things (at least for me) need to be left in the past so they don’t dictate my future. God has forgiven me, my daughter, my parents, you, and everybody who seeks His forgiveness. All of my sins are at the cross. If I were the “Christian” that fits your mold, I’d be saying ONLY what you want to hear.
I’m very sorry that you’ve allowed your emotions to run your thoughts, then act upon them.”

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About gatito2

My name is Rhonda. I'm a registered nurse, for the last 20 years, that has not been able to work since the day I learned of my daughter's death by suicide 4-12-13. (She actually died 4-11-13 and her body was not found until the 12th) Me and my husband have been married for 32 years and he's a wonderful man. We grieve in different ways. He works, I write. This is my journey through this horrible land of losing a child..
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12 Responses to Please don’t post these things to me (part 2)

  1. katriter says:

    Block this person. She doesn’t understand you. You don’t need this. Just saying!!

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  2. waywardweed says:

    I agree. Just block her. I think I know who she is. Perhaps with her being a one-trick pony prevents her from being empathetic. I, too, lost a daughter, not to suicide but a birth defect. While I have come to accept it, I still grieve. I am very sorry for your loss.

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  3. Topaz says:

    *hugs*

    This person is not considering your feelings at all. She is just causing you extra pain. I agree that you should block her.

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  4. gatito2 says:

    Topaz, she unfriended me on facebook. I don’t think I have to worry about her anymore. Hugs to you too!

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  5. gatito2 says:

    Thank you. I just hate it when someone spouts off about God then turns around and says hurtful things that help no one. I think them hypocrites.

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  6. gatito2 says:

    I hope she’s long gone.

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  7. Gemma says:

    This woman is clearly unbalanced. You don’t need that kind of self-righteous, deluded aggravation. After I lost a loved one to suicide, I received abusive, obscene texts blaming me, from someone who purports to be a born again Christian. The people I know who are truly religious, spiritual, etc. LIVE it through being compassionate, rather than smugly labelling themselves then doling out cruelty.

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  8. gatito2 says:

    I agree. No room in my life for hypocrites.
    Thank you!

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  9. luciddream85 says:

    This woman is the reason I turned away from my Southern Baptist roots and entered into Non-Denominational. I don’t know what religion she is, but it reminds me of my upbringing in the sense of “I’m going to pray for you, and tell you to read the bible, but then I’m going to judge you and tell you that what you’re doing isn’t good for you or anyone else, even though the bible CLEARLY states to not judge people.”

    It makes me angry just thinking about it.

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  10. gatito2 says:

    The kind of thinking and actions of a woman like this is what turns many people away from religion. I don’t need people like that in my life either.

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