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Old 06-05-2011, 06:37 PM
AutumnalTone AutumnalTone is offline
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So, when does he ever think of you as a person and *ask* you if you'd like to try something? His hamhanded scheduling of events for you suggest he thinks of you as an accessory to his life, a toy or pet of some sort, instead of a person with the authority to make choices for yourself based on your thoughts and feelings. What an insensitive clod!

This may be a teachable moment for him. I don't see anything useful coming of it until you've had time to process and recover. I'll suggest simply telling him to back off and wait for you to contact him to discuss it. Once you're ready, then you can explain all the ways in which what he did was wrong.
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