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Re: Discovering How Another Person Feels About You backseatdriver

Posted by Lucie Lu on July 3, 2008, at 17:32:41

In reply to Discovering How Another Person Feels About You, posted by backseatdriver on July 3, 2008, at 14:00:32

BSD, thank you for really answering my question, which was NOT at all rhetorical. I found your experiences and insights really interesting and helpful to me. I love the "T boot camp" concept as you describe it. What you're suggesting is that this issue can be usefully addressed with information, personal will, and the willingness of another person to support you and confirm your perceptions. I like the analogy with martial arts, and fully appreciate how some of this can be a conscious act of will on our parts: I will myself to trust that this person who stands beside me cares for me and is on my side. If it is an act of will, then we are no longer victims.

Thanks again so much for responding as you did and taking the time to write.





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