WA. They interfered by taking up time, doing certain things in a certain way,
giving a gift that was a certain color, and it turned in to everyone using that color, so if it was only the gift it would be small but it also turned in to a larger issue. People I did not even know acted differently and people I knew asked for someone to look at our house when we did not say we wanted to sell, things I used to do did not work as well re: activities involving people, from shopping to any kind of interaction. It adds up, if the individual things are small. I think someone, could find out what was done. I know where it came from, more. Thanks...hope this is enough.
What if the person gave a gift to several people with a red door on the card, and one of the people had a red door on their house, and the gifts were
between the immediate neighbors of that house. We were at her house for dinner and there was a lot of food made, she implied I ate too much, he had told her about people he can dress up but not take out. Red started showing up everywhere and the local stores started making deli food and prepackaged and prepared food with too many items, obviously extra food.
Then national brands did it. Wouldn't that be distressing and outrageous to an average member of the community? What if it can be explained away as something else? If it started as a put-down and spread, that could be proven. Would it be the originator's fault? Maybe in their house it would be distressing, but all over the world, it would be highly distressing. After that took place, there was another gift where things did not match, matched but not well, and that spread too, now they should have realized by that time that that could happen. If that is not enough, what can one do where there is distress, originated by one person, but inflicted partly by others? How to handle it?
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