@logicmonster

"blinded by your emotions"

^ Continued lack of acceptance regarding your own responsibility. Continued lack of answering questions about yourself. 

Lacking vulnerability, are you?

Don’t presume that agreement in the past equates to continued agreement in the present. Perhaps I would ‘apply the things we’ve agreed on in the past’ if I didn’t disagree with your extremely blatant disregard for accepting your role in our arguments. For your refusal to accept that you serve an active role in how things start, how things escalate, and how things go down.
Instead, you want to blame everything on me. Nothing is ever your fault. Well sir, I refuse to accept that. I refuse to be a part of a partnership where everything faulty lies 100% in the hands of one person, as opposed to both people acknowledging that relationships involve two people and therefore in order for an argument to start, no matter how controlled and emotionless one person may think he is being, he is still capable of instigating and fueling a fire. He is still capable of creating the problem at hand in the first place. He is still capable of approaching the other party improperly, just as she is capable of reacting improperly; just as they are both capable of interpreting one another incorrectly. 
You are not god. You are not perfect. You are not infallible. 
You are faulty. You are also responsible. You are imperfect. 
Accept these things just as you ask me to accept my actions. Otherwise, we will continue to ruin this. And yes, the present will continue to be as tumultuous as it is. Because your question continues to presume that it is only me. Only me that needs to be fixed. Only me that needs to change. 
What do you need to change, about you? You still haven’t answered that question…what are you working on, about yourself, in the present? Perhaps it is true. You really don’t think you have anything to work on.

Don’t presume that agreement in the past equates to continued agreement in the present. Perhaps I would ‘apply the things we’ve agreed on in the past’ if I didn’t disagree with your extremely blatant disregard for accepting your role in our arguments. For your refusal to accept that you serve an active role in how things start, how things escalate, and how things go down.

Instead, you want to blame everything on me. Nothing is ever your fault. Well sir, I refuse to accept that. I refuse to be a part of a partnership where everything faulty lies 100% in the hands of one person, as opposed to both people acknowledging that relationships involve two people and therefore in order for an argument to start, no matter how controlled and emotionless one person may think he is being, he is still capable of instigating and fueling a fire. He is still capable of creating the problem at hand in the first place. He is still capable of approaching the other party improperly, just as she is capable of reacting improperly; just as they are both capable of interpreting one another incorrectly. 

You are not god. You are not perfect. You are not infallible. 

You are faulty. You are also responsible. You are imperfect. 

Accept these things just as you ask me to accept my actions. Otherwise, we will continue to ruin this. And yes, the present will continue to be as tumultuous as it is. Because your question continues to presume that it is only me. Only me that needs to be fixed. Only me that needs to change. 

What do you need to change, about you? You still haven’t answered that question…what are you working on, about yourself, in the present? Perhaps it is true. You really don’t think you have anything to work on.