Psycho-Babble Social Thread 222252

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i see you now willow..

Posted by justyourlaugh on April 25, 2003, at 7:19:10

hi willow,
sorry to hear about your drip..?jk
my sister"s imaginary friend was "willow" when we were kids...
when the wind blew the empty swing and shut the door...it was you..
when that strange feeling crept up your back and settled the house..it was you..
you always came running when it was time for tea...
why did she need you so much when she always had me?
j

 

Re: i see you now willow.. justyourlaugh

Posted by Willow on April 25, 2003, at 10:00:26

In reply to i see you now willow.., posted by justyourlaugh on April 25, 2003, at 7:19:10

Give me some time to think about this??

Whisper

 

Re: i see you now willow.. justyourlaugh

Posted by IsoM on April 25, 2003, at 13:47:05

In reply to i see you now willow.., posted by justyourlaugh on April 25, 2003, at 7:19:10

Dear jyl, have you thought it may have been sommething about your sister, not you? Maybe there was a small "glitch" in your sister's mind that made her seek an imaginary friend, not you being wrong for her & that there was something in you she didn't want.

When we're rejected for whatever reasons, it hurts badly. Then we get brooding & depressed to some degree over it. If we're rejected repeatedly, we think "it must be something about me". But that doesn't have to be the reason.

Have you ever noticed how certain people attract others & conversely how some individuals gravitate to a certain type of persons? I think it's a combination of our genetics & our early childhood environment. Try as hard as I did & being fully aware of it, I did my best to pick a husband who wasn't like my father (emotionally cold & could be very nasty). But still, I ended up with someone who was much like my father. He was just much more clever at not showing it to others, but then my father may have been too. I remember my Mom saying how other women said they'd love to have him as he was so helpful & handy. Yeah, right! Just to other people, not his own family & my husband was like that.

Your sister my have had some disturbance that, as a child, you wouldn't have thought was anything the matter. It, sadly, teaches us to pick similar friends, many times, as we grow older.

jyl, you're just fine to me.

 

Re: i see you now willow..

Posted by paxvox on April 25, 2003, at 16:25:33

In reply to Re: i see you now willow.. justyourlaugh, posted by Willow on April 25, 2003, at 10:00:26

Hey Willow. This board is barren w/o the likes of you. Please honor us with your presence. Please?

PAX


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