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A different perspective

Posted by antigua on February 17, 2004, at 9:49:45

In reply to Re: Why don't I ever learn? Raindancer, posted by Dinah on February 17, 2004, at 8:28:29

Consider this. I once had a T that I was having trouble with--I couldn't seem to relate to this person and my instincts told me something was off. While I may have a zillion problems, I am a very good judge of character, if I don't say so myself. So, the night before I was to see the T for the last time, I put my investigative skills to work and tried to find whatever info I could about the T. Well, I was right. I found out a couple of things that shocked me. All of my instincts were correct. So, instead of doubting my instincts with this person, I could justify my feelings and see that this person did not have my best interests at heart. And it wasn't me. I really can't go into details because I'm reticent to provide info on my self that someone may discover (who knows, that T might read Babble!).

In any case, I'm glad I did it; I felt so much better. Not every T is a good person, just like there is evil in the world too, no matter how we would like to ignore it. I did it to protect myself and I validated some things about myself as well. I considered it a self-protective move. Plus, I learned that I haven't lost my intuitive edge!

Don't feel bad.




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