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Re: Pointing out things we don't like pegasus

Posted by Dinah on October 5, 2010, at 16:21:45

In reply to Pointing out things we don't like, posted by pegasus on October 5, 2010, at 11:10:47

You're likely right. Saying it casually in terms of what you *would* like ("I like to see your face when we're talking") might be less scary than you anticipate, and would be unlikely to be perceived as criticism.

It may not seem like it from what I write on Babble, but I do try to frame things in ways that he's not likely to see as criticism. Usually at least. My therapist, too, tends to own his own stuff. Almost always. :)




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