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Old 10-02-2011, 04:39 AM   #2
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Re: Overreacting or the right thing to do?

Hello Seraphis22,

Overly reacting to being manhandled;I should say not.

If that's his behavior when being mildly intoxicated,then maybe he should do away with the spirits completely.

This is something to clearly put in perspective.

What if it was just the two of you,an argument ensued and he was inebriated?

If he acts this way around a crowd and your friend,it boggles the mind how he would've reacted if his blood alcohol volume was further increased.

Herein lies the situation;you never really know in situations of this nature,until unfortunately it's too late and the damage has been done.

You are attempting to protect yourself from the possibility of harm because you don't feel comfortable with his "off the cuff" behavior.

If you gave into his wishes,he would've had an inciment of power over you.

The thing with power is it can make some hungry for more and the end result would be him trying to control you,using his actions and words as his remote.

God forbid it lead to the physical;an entirely new dynamic presents itself.

Providing food for thought in a respectful manner
Phoenix
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