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Re: Anger..... a substitute for emotional pain?......

Posted by fleeting flutterby on August 2, 2009, at 10:23:11

In reply to Re: Anger..... a substitute for emotional pain?...... fleeting flutterby, posted by Phillipa on August 1, 2009, at 12:21:24

> I know I was emotionally hurt as a child and an adult and it's still going on. The best pdoc therapist said I only know how to be in bad situations I don't know a good thing when I have it. This refers to an ex I dumped. My fault. My anger is swallowed sometimes it comes out and I smash things only things that are mine. Phillipa<<

Hey Phillipa. Yea, it makes sense that if we were raised being hurt then that is was we learn to expect, even as adults, and may even regard as "normal"-- even though we don't want things to be that way.
seems like, sometimes, the mind can be the worst enemy. :o(

thanks for the reply.





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