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Re: Googling my current T--more triggers crushedout

Posted by Poet on January 28, 2006, at 15:42:51

In reply to Re: Googling my current T--more triggers Poet, posted by crushedout on January 28, 2006, at 15:07:38

Hi crushedout,

> I thought that I found the lack of, um, connection--I'm not sure if that's the right word--to T2 reassuring. Or the lack of pain when I think about the relationships she has with other people in her life. It doesn't hurt me, but it intrigues me.

Your theory makes sense, too. I wish I knew of a concrete theory on what will help eliminate your feeling of regression. Hopefully helping your friend move was a distraction for at least a short time.

I watch movies for distraction, but when I am really feeling bad I can't concentrate on them. So I totally understand that you can't get rid of the thoughts for long. Keep trying to find things. Post on babble. Rambling thoughts are okay.

Please don't let anyone beat you up black and blue, okay? You don't deserve that punishment for what you are feeling emotionally. That pain is real enough and I am so sorry you're feeling it so strongly.

Safe cyber hugs ((((crushedout)))))





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