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Re: anxiety and hostility

Posted by Dr. Bob on December 29, 2005, at 1:20:05

In reply to anxiety vs hostility Dr. Bob, posted by pseudoname on December 27, 2005, at 19:41:20

> > > Have there been any threats of protest Dr. Bob?
> >
> > No threats. But lots of anxiety...
> Seeing lots of HOSTILITY was the reason I raised the issue.
> Dr Bob:
> I don't think this should be waved away as simply "anxiety". It is information, and YOU told me it made sense to discuss it. Was that so you could glibly dismiss it?!

Sorry, I didn't mean to be dismissive. I don't see it as anxiety vs hostility, but as anxiety about hostility. And maybe about other concerns, too. Plus, anxiety isn't "simply" anxiety, anxiety is a sign that something's bothering someone. Which I do think it makes sense to discuss.





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