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Re: Borderline, devaluating loved ones... Shortelise

Posted by NightStar72 on April 7, 2005, at 19:09:39

In reply to Re: Borderline, devaluating loved ones... NightStar72, posted by Shortelise on April 7, 2005, at 10:30:39

Thanks for the encouragement, I suspect sometimes I am right for being upset, it is not often I get angry, I just cry a lot here, and sometimes say things that hurt his feelings, but never on purpose never. I just don't understand him sometimes and it gets me confused on how to react.

My counseling seems to be going so slow, I want to learn how to fix this all now, I don't know how I am going to make it years of counseling. :-(

I can't wait to get the skills training manual. It just seems nothing is willing to work fast for me. I want to know everything that is wrong, maybe I can find something on the internet about this book in the mean time.

Thanks much,


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