That response is not to attack you...it is to console her, because she was explaining how she apologized and she was attacked for it.
It didn't seem that way to me, but I will admit that it can be interpreted that way as well.
As to the apology mentioned, please see my comment
above. What was written to me did not come across as a genuine apology -- merely an expression of regret for the situation. To me, that expression of regret, phrased in the manner it was, was not an apology -- although apparently others saw it as such.it makes it appear as if there is nothing that will console you, you will not hear other opinions than your own.
Not true. I will
hear opinions other than my own -- even if I disagree with them -- but I also want the holders of those other opinions to listen to mine
-- with the same degree of respect that they expect me to listen to theirs. When that doesn't occur, I get upset at the lack of reciprocity. They need not agree
with me, but I feel that they should listen
. To me, that is fair.You choose not to resolve peacefully.
I'm really not sure that resolution is possible here -- it would be nice if it were! I'm willing -- not sure if others are though . . .