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What? You've never told someone you wished they were dead? Maybe I didn't word that correctly.

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What? You've never told someone you wished they were dead? Maybe I didn't word that correctly.


Nope - but that's maybe just me.....  nervous  Are you winding me up?
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No.

I used to be a ***** when I was younger, maybe I still am. But I used to get really angry at my grandparents and then when my grandmother died, I thought it had something to do with the fact that I had told her I wished she'd die before.
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Plenty of people say they want the other person to die in the heat of the moment, you see it on TV all the time. Just a shame you had to experience the coincidence of it actually happening.
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I've certainly never told anyone that I wish they were dead... Think

Guilt is a sore subject for me because I find it really really hard to make decisions for myself in life. I prefer to think in terms of what is best for the people that I care about however it's not always the best option.
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It wasn't like, right after I told her that she died but nevertheless, it was one of the first things that came to mind when I heard that she was gone.
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Did you genuinely wish they would die or just said it in the heat of the moment?
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No.

I used to be a ***** when I was younger, maybe I still am. But I used to get really angry at my grandparents and then when my grandmother died, I thought it had something to do with the fact that I had told her I wished she'd die before.

Why did you get angry?
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Plenty of people say they want the other person to die in the heat of the moment, you see it on TV all the time. Just a shame you had to experience the coincidence of it actually happening.
Are you off your nut, or what?  Who, in their right mind says that ****? 
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Are you off your nut, or what?  Who, in their right mind says that sh*t? 
It's not the words someone says that matters, it's their emotional state at the time that decides the signifiance of what they said.
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It's not the words someone says that matters, it's their emotional state at the time that decides the signifiance of what they said.
OK...
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Did you genuinely wish they would die or just said it in the heat of the moment?

In the heat of the moment.
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^ Never even, in the heat of any moment.   That's just nuts.
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Why did you get angry?

It was a lot of things. I had a bit of a mouth when I was younger, so I knew how to push my family's buttons pretty well. It wasn't just one instance where I would say things like that.
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I've had family members say very nasty things to each other in the heat of the moment, fact is once they have calmed down, of course they know there was no real meaning behind those words.
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