Dialogue: it’s complicated. But not really.

April 15, 2010

“I don’t say I love you to her because I don’t. I want to be as honest as I can. I’ve been in love, I know the difference.”

“Then why does she stay?”

“Well, she’s damaged too. She’s just glad to have someone who treats her nicely and to have a good time with.”

(Discussion someone had with me about their relationship. Your discussion welcomed.)

2 comments on “Dialogue: it’s complicated. But not really.
  1. Anonymous says:

    I think a more stimulating topic of discussion would be the rudeness of using your personal conversations with friends as subject matter for your blog.

  2. Ah, but friends who are writers do this all the time. In fact, family members who are writers do this all the time to one another. It’s always interesting to see yourself portrayed by a writer you know. Speaking from experience.

    Each to their own.

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