Have you thought about
getting some help? This really does not seem like a very healthy situation, and you seem like things are like shattered glass right now. I am not just asking for you, but for the people around you.
Can you reimagine this incident in this way (she just cussed you out, and this is what you said): My dear, I am so very sorry I accidently bumped you and possibly caused you pain. I would appreciate you refraining from causing me pain, by not speaking to me an abusive manner. Please have a nice day. (and you walk away knowing you have treated her with dignity and defended your own dignity without demeaning her)
(You just never what a person is going thru, because what if your accidental bump cause her stiches to be re
opened, or you bumped her where her husband beat her last night. I mean think about
the life situation this woman must be in to be working at walmart as a shelving person at her age.)
Frankly, this is something that should not have esculated into what it did.
I am not saying that her reaction was ok, in fact it was a bit abusive, but neither was your reaction ok.
Please seriously consider/think about
getting professional help for the mental aspects of pain, I can see how much mental and physical pain you are in, and it is my hope that you can use this chronic pain situation for your own and humanities growth, and that is something worth living for. I think you will find it benefical in your relationships as well.
I am very concerned about
Please take care,
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