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Re: Reparenting rskontos

Posted by ClearSkies on March 20, 2008, at 12:01:40

In reply to Re: Reparenting ClearSkies, posted by rskontos on March 20, 2008, at 11:48:40

> But still, even though I can't remember the lack of trauma in any years retracing through those books might still be helpful? don't you think?
> rsk

I would think that if reading the books gave you solace originally, then reading them again will let you revisit those feelings. My family always read rather than talk to each other - at the dinner table, there were many times when we'd each have a book propped up under our plates as we'd silently read to ourselves rather than have to make small talk with each other! (The exception to this was Sunday dinner, when the books would be put away, and we'd painfully look at each other in mute silence. I sure did not look forward to those weekly meals.)

Why not take a Louisa May Alcott book out of the library now, and treat yourself to a series of afternoons by reading your favorites all over again? I went as far as seeking out some hard back copies in used book stores so I can have my very own, all over again.





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