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Re: Family Histories

Posted by harry b. on April 27, 2000, at 15:06:24

In reply to Family Histories, posted by Abby on April 27, 2000, at 10:58:11

> Okay, I know that for most people family history is a genetic question, and I believe this has a lot of merit, but once you get somewhat beyond that and are medicated, how do you think your family and childhood shaped you? How many people had parents who were quite ill? And what have you managed to learn either on your own or through psycotherapy that you didn't feel you learned as a child as far as social interaction goes?
> Thanks,
> Abby

Hi Abby,

Reaching into that slimy can of worms can be very

Without going into much detail:
1) my father died (accident) when I was 5yo
2) my mother was VERY promiscious and absent

(this is one reason I've searched for love from
a surrogate family)

During therapy, the greatest lesson I've learned
is to be aware of and to erect AND LOWER appropriate




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