I feel like I am deathly allergic to rugsweeping and blameshifting. When I sense it my blood boils and it sets me off. I'm recognizing it in many aspects of life and I just can't accept it.
The new series on ABC. It's called Resurrection and I really like it so far but the second episode was full of rugsweeping and blameshifting.
The people who died starting coming back to life and coming back to their families. I can only imagine how emotional that would be. There is a young female doctor and a federal agent that are seeking the truth and people are trying to stop them left and right.
The one woman said that some things are more important than the truth. What?
One guy yelled that the truth seekers are ruining his wife's reputation (she's dead) but really it's just the truth of her life and her actions are coming out, instead of some romanticized version that made everyone else feel comfortable.
It makes me want to scream. Anyone else feel this way? I honestly feel like I can't stand it, not for a moment and my reaction to it is swift and serious.
It drives me nuts how often people do it and then the others just nod and go along with it. So far I've managed to keep my mouth shut IRL situations but I'm going to lose it on someone, it's inevitable.
[This message edited by BtraydWife at 9:28 AM, March 18th (Tuesday)]