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Re: talking about it B2chica

Posted by daisym on April 7, 2005, at 18:57:10

In reply to Re: talking about it Daisym, posted by B2chica on April 7, 2005, at 11:55:25

provoking anger...that is an interesting theory. I know that he really believes that if you can talk about the feelings it helps dissipate the intensity. And we've talked about how anxiety is a step "above" the black hole, as much as I hate it. And anger results in anxiety for me. So...hmmmm...

As far as handling my response feelings -- his biggest strength. Nothing I say seems to rattle him. I might worry him, frustrate him occasionally, but he just exudes calm. He counters well to smart-a$$ comments too. I think I don't want to hear the truth right now. All of me wants to believe that it won't matter one iota if I'm not here. It would make it so much easier.

 

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