Runnher, Milford Ma:
This is a truly conflicting issue. Having lost my spouse in the midst of a dramatic life change left me adrift and incredibly vulnerable. Six months is insufficient time to regain the clarity of purpose from where we are able to make the best decisions. These influences converged upon you and the aftermath has left you harboring .....RESENTMENT!
When one entertains the thought that they have been minipulated, and your posting suggests that what is occupying your thoughts, the certain outcome if the feeling of resentment.
Runner, it matters not if your accusation is true or false.
What does matter is what you do next.
It is impossible to seperate one business decisons from personal issues when being frequently ambushed by waves of grief. They can bring you to your knees. I know.
You must allow the greiving process to complete. It will never go away but will, in time be your travel companion from whom you learn how to celebrate life and the memories.
When you are approaching wholeness, the capciaty to be willng to forgive will present a new garden of possibility. To not forgive is to banish yourself from the real prospect of a life liberated through truth. And the truth is, you must go on. Forgiveness is the key that opens the gate.
Your townhome is sold.
Put this greivience down. Declare it dead to you. Unencumbered and untainted by resentment, walk with expectation into your life. Celebrate. Be curious. Do new things. Make new friends. I know what happened to the old ones. Make peace. Choose kindness.
Best of success,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, Fl