It's just that they don't understand when you want them to go.
How Hilarious--this aspie is a grown man who is well-fed, able-bodied, has mom take care of him, and yet has "resentments."
It's always the pampered who have the most resentments. I am beginning to understand that letting go of resentments is a sign of mental health.
This dumbell aspie proves it.
Um, we all have issues with old resentments creeping into our minds. I don't see how this is as Asperger's issue only. I thought it was a commonality amongst alcoholics and drug addicts.
Anyway, as an adult it looks foolish to have long-standing resentments. It seems immature to harbor old hurts and regrets. Definately stay away from bad people who have hurt you, but to walk around with resentments makes one look like an adult idiot.
Says R5 bravely, but 100% of adults I've known are filled with resentments from childhood. I can't thing of a single exception.