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Re: the longing namaste

Posted by Dinah on February 10, 2005, at 13:07:59

In reply to the longing, posted by namaste on February 9, 2005, at 18:36:35

I think the intensity of it eventually passes, just as infatuation passes into mature, dull, love.

But it'll have a much harder time passing if she fights it or discourages it. It wasn't until my therapist accepted me, and my dependence, exactly as I was at that point, that I was able to move on.

It was as if we were in a subtle tug of war. When he quit pulling from his side, and I had nothing to pull against, the tension melted quite a bit.

 

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