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Re: FEELING INVISABLE lonelygirl

Posted by Raindancer on March 25, 2004, at 11:49:01

In reply to Re: FEELING INVISABLE Fallen4myT, posted by lonelygirl on March 25, 2004, at 2:55:24

I understand quite well how you feel when you say you feel invisible. When I am with a group of people or in class it feels that if I suddenly disappeared no-one would notice or care - at the very most I feel the least significant person there.

It's as Falls says. When you were a child you were never given enough love or care or made to feel special (for whatever reason) and this child is still inside you and still feeling undeserving and unloved and making the adult LonelyGirl feel the same. What you may not realise is that you are VERY important, probably to more people than you expect and certainly to all of us here and of course to your T. It is very hard to reject the feelings we had as a child and learn new and more appropriate ways of thinking and feeling now we are older. The child within can learn to see that she is beautiful and lovable and deserves to be happy and enjoy her life. Your T will help you - he wants to and he does care, but he can really only do this if you learn to trust him and let him into your life.

I am so very sorry that you are so unhappy. I too would hold you if I could, but I send my thoughts and a very big hug. Take care.

((((((LonelyGirl)))))) Rx


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