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Re: Who do you lean on?

Posted by baseball55 on May 5, 2016, at 18:56:44

In reply to Re: Who do you lean on? SLS, posted by J Kelly on May 5, 2016, at 13:41:05

A few close friends, sometimes my daughter. My parents died young, many years ago, and we had had a bad relationship. Certainly I would never talk to them about anything important. I like my siblings, but the dysfunction in my family was such that we did not grow close. For years, I had nobody to lean on. Then I leaned on my therapist when things started to fall apart. Since them I've made some good friends and they are people I can talk to if I need to.


> > I used to lean on my father. He is no longer here, but my mother has assumed the role effectively.
> >
> >
> > - Scott
>
> I'm sorry about your father. Always so difficult to lose a close family member.
>
> Jade
>
>


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