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flicker wrote (edited )

a situation is fucked up. I bet Greg is angry and just expresses it elsewhere in other ways systemic and personal . it feels fucked up to think that Greg would attack Mary for expressing her feeling. I don't understand that.
when they seemingly excuse these others are they failing to relate with or honor Mary's madness, doubt and pain , wanting in their ethical responsibility to accountability ? Is a radical understanding the causes of suffering and openness to uplifting-forgiveness and effort to counseling resolution the same as them excusing the behaviors that perpetuate ignorant suffering and misery?

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flicker wrote (edited )

Yeah I first thought to say "upset" "annoyed" "offended" , but sometimes I precariously say the wrong thing in trying to communicate anger. I think I want to dissolve / deconstruct my anger and and reconcentrate ( or diffuse? ) into a positive force. Anyway , where do you get the notion that my referring to Mary as mad is ableist ? Mary got mad.

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flicker wrote (edited )

are you saying Greg excuses everyone's shitty behavior but makes an exception for Mary who he blames for getting frustrated with his (perceived) stubborn sense of justice? That sounds like some ridiculously reactionary hypocrisy of Greg . Is Mary mad only that Greg doesn't seem to effectively convey the anger or because she suspects he doesn't feel angry when he obviously should -from a reasonable, decent person's perspective such as greg's or Mary's?