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Re: Unfortunately, and very fortunately, yes Dinah

Posted by annierose on October 21, 2005, at 11:39:13

In reply to Re: Unfortunately, and very fortunately, yes, posted by Dinah on October 21, 2005, at 8:06:20

Relationships operated on so many levels, that sometimes it's hard enough for me to understand what is actually going on. So a part of me actually seems "surprised" everytime my family needs to criticize some part of my life or my body.

Of the five children, my T likes to point out, I fared the best. Three of my siblings are extremely dependent on my parents --- still --- in their 40's and 50's.

Who knows what I will feel when my parents die? I am not close to them, but it's the "hope" part that my T thinks trips me up, even though rationally, I know, they will never change.




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