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Re: I'm jealous RealMe

Posted by LlurpsieNoodle on September 5, 2007, at 8:23:54

In reply to Re: I'm jealous LlurpsiEnOoDLe, posted by RealMe on September 4, 2007, at 20:40:49

> No you can't quit, or I will too. Your post was so on target for me too. I think I don't want to go to therapy tomorrow. My therapist is easy on the eyes, a real looker unlike the guy I was seeing before him. And, he is so soft spoken, gentle, kind, understanding. Men like him should not exist!
>

okay okay, I won't quit. Maybe I'll just quit thinking about him. seems that when I see him more regularly I have fewer thoughts about him. Maybe I really am projecting.

Yes, men who are gentle, kind understanding really do exist, but even the perfect man cannot be perfect 100% of the time. Keep in mind that years of training has allowed this guy to seem very perfect, at least for 45 minutes in a row. Even therapists have their warts tho.

> Maybe I should try and make him angry; I doubt it would work. Too smart. Oh crap, he knows from a journaling I gave him around a month ago that when I first started seeing him in May, I had the hots for him. Oh MY God; what have I done. YOur fault Lurpsie bringing up this topic. Just kidding, but it sure has contributed to some anxiety on my part for tomorrow. I think I will go take a warm shower to relax. Later.
>
mmm, warm shower. If I hadn't just done my makeup I'd take one myself. I'm kinda chilly. Sorry for causing you anxiety. I guess we'll just have to follow some of the suggestions by our fellow babblers below...

-Ll


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