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Re: Emotional nurturing of ourselves happyflower

Posted by pinkeye on May 24, 2005, at 15:36:31

In reply to Re: Emotional nurturing of ourselves, posted by happyflower on May 24, 2005, at 15:20:10

Thanks HappyFlower. I see what you are saying.
But thankfully I haven't depended too much on anyone so far. I have mostly kept it to myself - maybe except my ex T - I allowed myself to depend on him and expect him to write to me all the time. And maybe I have complained to my parents and husband. But I haven't been very bad to others - I have allowed myself to crumble down and feel extremely sad, but so far I haven't taken it out on others. That much I am happy with myself about. Maybe only my exT I came to depend heavily upon.

I do do a lot of things for myself. It is not about doing things. Just the basic attitude of emotionally nurturing myself was missing. I take music classes, read novels and other things, watch almost all the movies in atleast 3 languages, work 8 hours, cook everyday, chat here etc. So that way I am doing lot of things. But just that I didn't tell myself it is ok to be happy and be free of guilt and shame.


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