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Re: stress **potential trigger*

Posted by B2chica on September 20, 2005, at 10:27:02

In reply to Re: stress **potential trigger* Ľ B2chica, posted by Tamar on September 20, 2005, at 9:50:01

> Wow B2C, I think itís great that you had the courage to tell your mother you werenít going.
> Was cutting a way of punishing yourself for standing up to her? Or was it a way of handling your guilt? Either way, donít be too hard on yourself. Itís hard to say no; it takes practice.
> Are you able to focus on the relief you feel at not having to go? Are you able to feel a little bit proud of your strength in being able to say no?
> Iím sorry youíre hurting. I hope you start to feel better soon and that you start to feel the benefits of standing up for yourself.
> Tamar

thanx for the props tamar.
i don't feel guilty for standing my ground with her, but i feel guilty all around. i think i cut cuz of guilt. it's weird cuz if she's in one of her angry moods i have no problem standing up to her, but her guilt/tears gets to me and i HATE that!
it's hard to change patterns. and it doesn't help at ALL that she lives within a mile from our house.
i do feel good that i called and said no.
one less pressure for me this weekend.




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