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Re: Really bad dream Honore

Posted by Dinah on September 6, 2007, at 8:18:52

In reply to Really bad dream, posted by Honore on September 6, 2007, at 2:28:02

Can you identify if you're feeling physically unsafe or emotionally unsafe?

My husband used to travel for work a lot more than he does now. When he was gone, I always felt anxious and unsafe. It wasn't a physical thing at all. We live in a safe neighborhood with alert involved neighbors. We've got a good security system, and at the time (and in the near future I'm sure) I had a pretty good protective dog. In fact, I had a houseful of dogs for company so I wasn't even lonely. Yet still I felt anxious.

I'm not sure if it was because I knew he wasn't around if I needed him, or if it was a change in routine.

If you're feeling physically unsafe there are all sorts of additional protection. But if you're feeling emotionally unsafe, maybe a different sort of protection is called for?

Just my recollections, for what it's worth.




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