Ok, thank you for your message, sorry for you.
My boundary is not to be left waiting like that. I need honesty in that way. And that is not too much to ask. I prefer not to make an appointment when you don’t have time for it. I still don’t understand why you didn’t cancel. Isn’t it in the back of your mind that you have another appointment that you can’t keep? So, why not just cancel? Or never suggest something that is so tight in the schedule that it can’t work. In any case, I cannot live like that. All I know is that I don’t find this sort of time mismanagement funny. It actually hurts my feelings. In my world, only an absolute asshole would do that to piss off people. You’re not such a person but I still can’t deal with that kind of behaviour and I don’t see it in my responsibility to accommodate this kind of treatment. If you take a person seriously (in my view), you tell them the truth, which in this case would have simply been, you already have something else planned and you don’t want to rush through dinner with your friend.
I appreciate your honesty but it comes in retrospect. In any case, it’s a problem for me to wait around.
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