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Re: feeling totally frusterated! happyflower

Posted by Jazzed on June 13, 2005, at 20:13:29

In reply to Re: feeling totally frusterated! Jazzed, posted by happyflower on June 13, 2005, at 15:59:15

> > BTW, I tend to be critical too, and very thin skinned.
>
> Jazzy, I am like that too, I wonder why we are the way we are. By the way, did you read my response to you from the social board about men and sex? I was only kidding, I hope you know that! Thanks, Jazzy!
>

First of all, I did read your post just today! LOL I knew you were kidding, and it didn't bother me at all. I have a very high sex drive. I'd hate to not want sex with my husband! ; )

As for being critical. For me it's a low tolerance for anything too stimulating, or anything that's too different from what I'm comfortable with. So, if the kids are fighting, the days too hectic, the dogs or kids make a mess, and on and on..... I get irritated, annoyed, aggitated, or angry depending on the situation. I think too I'm not always optimistic, which makes me more critical than say someone like my husband, who is always optimistic. Like just now, my toddler is messing with the computer while I'm trying to type. I'm okay right now, but too many times and I won't like it.

We're okay Happy. Not everyone is happy all the time, or optimistic all the time, or uncritical. Everyone is entitled to be the way they are (as long as you're not hurting anyone else), change what they don't like, and understand the difference. I think your T might have been way too hard on you for you to have taken this so to heart. Call him on it, he can handle it!

Jazzy


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