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Re: Daisy - Question for you Daisym

Posted by pinkeye on June 5, 2005, at 19:55:56

In reply to Re: Daisy - Question for you pinkeye, posted by Daisym on June 5, 2005, at 18:35:32

And I think I identify a lot with you. The problems with people like us is that there is a very huge gap between our logical personalities and emotional personalities. I think we have quite highly developed logical capacities and even insights about emotions, but our emotions themselves are very under developed.

That is why I kept confusing myself and everyone around me. Nobody could figure out what exactly was wrong with me. I could be very adult like in one moment, and extremely childish the next. I could switch states back and forth so fast.. like extremely giving, and extremely jealous, and seem very wise one moment and seem extremely stupid the next. Very Capable one moment and very incapable the next. I think when I operate out of my brain I am a different person, and when I operate out of my emotions, I am a totally different person. That is why I always felt nobody really got me.

Yesterday I was crying and laughing at the same time. And my husband got confused the hell out of me. He said he has never seen anyone do both at the same time.

Maybe there is some psychiatric problem with my brain. Like split personality or something.


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