"We all step into traps, but some of us where born into ours"
I love that part in the movie Psycho - because it speaks so clearly as to how we view the world and what we do with the hardships we find ourselves in..
Now I am not saying the way to handle a difficult person is to put them in the basement all stuffed and dressed. Nor am I say take money from your boss and run away to live over a hardware store with a divorced man. What I am saying is if you find yourself in a difficult situation ask for help - You would be amazed who will be there for you.
As for this little one - I came down this morning and found him trapped yet still alive. I got the long tongs from the dye pot, picked up the trap and walked it outside. I put on my glasses to get a better view of any injuries and opened the trap. He was one lucky fellow - the way the trap caught him he luckily did not brake his legs so he ran off and down the stairs. He sat for a moment at the end of the stairs in the snow and then took off running at an amazing speed over the frozen snow and off into the distance. I wished him well and hope he has learned his lesson and does not return... Next time he may not be so lucky
So what trap are you caught in today?? Put down that very sharp big knife, take off the wig and stop listening to those voices in your head.....