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3-25-2011 @ 5:00PM
Well, we have to assume he is telling the truth because we do not have evidence to the contrary. The letters writers submit are based on the idea that they are full truths of their side of the story.His letter was submitted because he was looking for validation on his point of view as well as advice on what to do next. If you think this letter is a "woe is me", couldn't you say the same for any letter that is submitted for advice?As well, I agree that both sides have faults. I just think the advice given to rectify/solve this situation wasn't there. I feel that Lisa's response was more judgmental than it was "here is the way I see it and how I feel".
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