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Re: More about loving Dr. Bob Poet

Posted by Deneb on February 25, 2006, at 13:20:01

In reply to Re: More about loving Dr. Bob Deneb, posted by Poet on February 25, 2006, at 11:44:07

> It's not bad to love someone.

Good. That makes me feel better about this. :-)

> It's only abnormal and creepy if the obsession interfers not only with your life, but with his. In other words that the *love* you are feeling for him causes you to try to make him feel the same way about you.

I don't try to make Dr. Bob love me at all. In fact I think I would be majorly scared if he did love me or befriend me in any way. He wouldn't be safe anymore. I don't need Dr. Bob to love me back. I just love him the way he is.

> I think you do love him, but much of it is because you have made him the ideal person. You don't really know him and so you can imagine him to be things that he might not be. He's human, he has faults, but your image of Dr. Bob won't include them.

Yep, he's perfect. LOL

> I think the only way you will know if your infatutation will be greater or less is when you meet him. I have met him, but I can't say what you will feel when you do. I definitely don't love him, but I will admit he is cute ;)

I have a feeling my infatuation will be less...because meeting him might reveal that he's not perfect. When I saw that lecture Dr. Bob gave, the one for the grand rounds thing, I saw that he wasn't perfect for a while and I wasn't as infatuated with him for a while.

> I think Racer made many good points in her post. Think about them. Okay?
> Poet

Yep, will think about them. Thanks





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