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Re: T and Mother's Day bent

Posted by LittleGirlLost on May 4, 2006, at 11:27:41

In reply to Re: T and Mother's Day LittleGirlLost, posted by bent on May 4, 2006, at 10:24:35

> I really struggle with my feelings towards my T (and my mom) on Mother's day. I wonder what my T's kids do for her on mother's day and stuff like that.

Thanks, I appreciate the input, Bent. :)
It's weird, but I think this is why I am ambivalent about sending it this year, because I do struggle so much with the feelings... and this year has been especially difficult I think because we are finally starting to look at those feelings <at least a bit>. I still feel like they are wrong or weird or something which is why i think i suddenly feel more self-conscious about the card.

As far as what you said about wondering what her kids do for her... I think it too. Often. It's funny, but I just assume my T has kids, don't know as fact either way. I just assume she does; though they would be grown. She might even be a grandma.

I'm getting a headache. I just think this triggers all sorts of feelings, and I don't know if sending a card would be giving in to them, ya know? My heart/feelings feel like they wanna send a card, but that rational part is telling me that is wrong. Does that make sense?

Oh Jeez, I almost feel like talking to her about this, but that would ruin the surprise. lol

lgl

 

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