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Re: What's Constitutes a Win? Dinah

Posted by TherapyGirl on July 3, 2007, at 16:26:18

In reply to Re: What's Constitutes a Win? TherapyGirl, posted by Dinah on July 2, 2007, at 21:11:13

Thanks for reminding me of your story, Dinah. It helps to remember that you two found your way back to each other. Maybe we can, too.

I do have a question for you -- what would you have done if he had not been able to "get himself together?" I know you hung in there for a long while. Do you have any feel for how long you would have continued under those circumstances?

One of the problems with my T is that she only intermittently admits that she's put some distance there -- usually then only when she's frustrated with me and speaks out of turn. Then she goes right back to basically denying it -- or at least she denies that this is different. But it is different. And the more she says it's not the more crazy-making the situation is for me.

But, based on your experience, I'm going to give it some more time and her another few chances to make this right.

 

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