I was feeling sorry for myself that he was with his new woman and asking myself what is wrong with me? Why does he treat her better? etc, etc..... Went shopping and was talking to a friend to make myself feel better when suddenly I hear this man yelling at this women from the shoe department, He was saying things like you better stop or I'm going to... as loud as can be. I felt so bad for the lady and wanted to tell her to run. Anyways after hearing this I did not feel too bad anymore. I was pretty grateful that I don't ever have to be yelled at, called names, threatened, looked down at, and embarrassed ever again. Needless to say I felt much better when I left though I did feel bad for the women and that she had to leave with such a jerk. Funny how those little reminders just appear when we need them.
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