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Re: Pragmatism

Posted by rskontos on November 8, 2007, at 9:48:10

In reply to Re: Pragmatism rskontos, posted by Dinah on November 7, 2007, at 19:53:25

Why does he think you are self loathing? My H is a very introspective person too. He is a philospher by nature too. Due to that he is always searching for a deeper meaning. It doesn't mean he hates anything about himself, he is a very confident man and does great in his career. He has risen very high in his position and makes the big bucks. But he is an intellitect by nature and will always search for the greater meaning. You could be the same way. He is hard on himself and others that work for him and has the highest standards. But he is isn't emotional he is a loner. Probably why I was attractive to him. and me to him. I didn't go after him I didn't care but that is another story. Anyway, you could very well be the kind that would always search for a greater meaning. MY H just isn't excitable or nervous. So no therapy. I wonder if that is the difference. Anyway does your T say why he thinks you are self loathing? And can you not love yourself but not hate yourself do you think? Just a question your post got me to thinking about? I am in a worse way today so forgive me for the questions. rk

 

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