to refuse to think about an unpleasant situation, hoping that it will improve so that you will not have to deal with it

Face it
Face me
Be aware of the pain
It’s not going to get better
Without change
From all parties

Jason deCaires Taylor Head in the Sand

Jason deCaires Taylor Head in the Sand

Can you tell dievca had a day?


15 Comments on “to refuse to think about an unpleasant situation, hoping that it will improve so that you will not have to deal with it”

  1. jackiemallon says:

    I find a potent cocktail with a flippant gay best friend always rectifies most days. Doctor’s orders! 🙂

  2. Esther F. Gorden says:

    sending a big hug your way (((d))). xx

    Sent from my iPad

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  3. D: I’m sorry you had a rough time of it —
    sometimes a little head-in-the-sand action will diffuse the situation, though…
    I hope it gets better for you!

    • dievca says:

      Thanks — the blowout happened awhile ago, the issue is still there in a smaller manner. I just have a tendency to hit things straight on — so, I’m always frustrated/confused when people avoid things and a small problem becomes much larger because of it. Add a little stubbornness and it gets even more….shall we say? Interesting?(OK, call a spade a spade – F*** Up)

  4. Pelelotus says:

    Oh dear, hope things have gotten better x

    • dievca says:

      Yes, it was awhile ago and things have evened out, but some of the issues still exist and you can’t have change unless everyone works together to achieve it. (Sore spot – that I am poking at…) XO

  5. outoftheashesofmylife says:

    Hugs. Hope skies are blue soon 😄💋

    • dievca says:

      Thanks, Luv! This happened in Nov. I was too raw to post it at that point — it still applies, but I am not feeling so touchy about it now. Hope all is well. XO

  6. Yeah, well, we’re only human after all… glad things got better xxx

    • dievca says:

      I just hate when I feel that I am trying so hard and others are avoiding….everything ~ it smacks of an “I can’t be bothered” attitude. (which it probably isn’t – but just seems that way.)


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