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Re: Me, pushy? Daisym

Posted by littleone on June 1, 2005, at 15:59:35

In reply to Re: Me, pushy? antigua, posted by Daisym on June 1, 2005, at 15:06:00

I think I want to go to antigua's too. Winter's just struck here and it sounds nice there. Maybe you could take your swing over and we'll all take turns.

> I sat in my swing for awhile last night. I wanted some alone time to think about things. Problem was that my swing is in the backyard spaced between my boys bedrooms. First one opened his window and talked to me, and then the other stuck his head out and joined the conversation. It was really funny. I can't get them to stay at the table more than 15 minutes but they were chatty from their windows. Go figure...

I think it's sweet that they want to talk to you like that. You must be doing something right as a mum daisy. Even if they can't always give you what you need, I'm glad you've got your boys.

> I'm glad I'm not alone but I must say that I'm starting to worry a little about what my posts sound like -- I don't want to be continually saying, "yes, BUT" -- And I don't want you guys to worry.

I don't think you have to worry about your posts. I love to read every one. I'm sorry I'm not usually able to reply.

I think it's vital that you keep posting your bad thoughts - especially if you haven't been sharing them with your T. It's so important to get them out and break down the secrecy and isolation surrounding them. We won't leave you.

I understand your feelings around saying "yes but...". I guess I believe you won't grow unless you question things. If you don't voice your yes-but's, people don't get a chance to supply an alternative to your yes-but logic. Holding things in has caused a lot of our problems. I hope I made sense then.

Have a swing for me :)

 

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